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LISFAHY 

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BUREAU OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE 

PHILIP B. KENNEDY. Dinctor 



MISCELLANEOUS SERIES— No. 99 



COMMERCIAL AND 
DUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 
OF THE UNITED STATES 



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COMMERCIAL AND 

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LETTER OF SUBMITTAL. 



Department of Commerce, 
Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, 

Washington, November 1, 1919, 

Sir: Submitted herewith is a revised edition of Commercial and 
Industrial Organizations of the United States. The last previous 
edition of this directory was issued in 1917 as No. 61 in the Miscel- 
laneous Series. 

This publication does not, by any means, contain the names of all 
commercial and industrial organizations in the United States, although 
it is believed to be fairly complete with regard to the active State 
and national associations. Only those organizations which made 
reply to the Bureau's request for information have been included. 
All data given is for 1919. Population figures are from the latest 
Census Bureau reports. 

, The Post Office Department, through the postmasters of the coun- 
try, gave very valuable assistance in the compilation of this directory 
by furnishing the names of organizations in their respective com- 
munities. 

Respectfully, ^. 

Philip B. Kennedy. Director. 

To Hon. Edwin F. Sweet, 

Acting Secretary of Commerce. 




COMMERCUL AND INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF THE 

UNITED STATES. 



mrZBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND mTEBNATIONAl. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST. 



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Name. 



Address of secretary. 



Abrasive Paper & Cloth Manufacturers' Ex- 
change. 

Aeronautical Society of America 

Amalgamated Lithopraphors of America 

American Acceptance Council 

American Af^ricultural Association 

American Asiatic Association 

American Association of Advertising Agencies. . . 

American Association of Cresjnery Butter Manu- 
facturers. ,,, . 

American Association of En-nneers - — 

American Association of Flint & Lime Glass 
Manufacturers. ... , r^u «. 

American Association of Pharmaceutical Chem- 
ists 

American Association of Port Authorities 

American Association of Refrigeration 

American Association of Wholesale Hatters 

American Association of Wholesale Opticians . . . 

American Association of Woolen i Worsted 
Manufacturers. 

American Automobile Association 

American Bankers' Association 



New York, N. Y. 



do 

do 

do 

Washington, D. C. 
New York, N. Y.. 
Cleveland, Ohio... 
Chicago, 111 



Classification. 



Miscellaneous. 

Aeronautics. 

Newspapers and printing. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
Foreign trade organization. 
Advertising. 
Miscellaneous. 



do Engineers. 

litisburgb, Pa Glass and glassware. 



New York, N. Y. 

JerseyCity, N. J. 

Chicago, 111 

Fulton, Mo 

New York, N. Y. 
do 



Torrington, Conn. . . 
New York, N.Y.... 





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American Board of Scrap Iron Dealers 

-:r American B<^ler Manufacturers' Association — 
y^ American Cane Growers' Association 

American Carbon & Ribbon Exchange 

American Chain of Warehouses • - 

American Chamber of Commerce for the Levant . 

American Chemical Society 

American Civic Association 

American Concrete Pipe Association 

American Com Millers^ Federal ion 

American Cotton Manu&cturers' Associatlim — 

American Cotton Waste Exchange 

American Cranberry Exchange 

American Cranberry Growers' Association 

American Drug Manufacturers' Association 

American Dyes Institute 

American Egyptian Cotton Exchange....... — 

American Exporters' & Importers' Association. 

'American Face Brick Association 

American Fair Trade League.... 

American Feed Manufacturers' Association 

American Forestry Association 

^ American Foundrymen's Association 

y^ American Fruit & Vegetable Shippers' Asso- 
elation. 

American Fur Dealers' Association 

American Gas Association 

«v American Gear Manufacturers' Association 

.^WAmerican Hardware ManuCactnrers' Association. 

'^^ American Hardwood Manufacturers' Association. 

VO American Incubator Manutocturers' A.ssociation. 

'yr American Industrial Ucensed Lenders' Asso- 

^ elation. . . ^ ^ 

American Institute of Accountants 



^i 



Philadelphia, Pa... 
Brooklyn, N. Y — 
New Orleans, La. . . 
New York, N.Y... 

....do 

Washington, D. C. 

....do 

do 

Chicago, ni 

do ■ 

Charlotte, N. C 

Boston, Mass 

New York, N.Y.- 
Toms River, N. J . 

Detroit, Mich 

New York, N.Y. - 

Tempe, Aril 

New York, N.Y. . 

Chicago, 111 

New York, N.Y. . 
Milwaukee, Wis... 
Washington, D. C. 

Chicago, 111 

do 



American Institute of Actuaries 

American Inslitute of Architects 

American Institute of Consulting Eni^ineers. 
American Institute of Electrical En^neers. 
American Institute of Lead Manufacturers. 



New York, N. Y. 

do 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
New York, N. Y. 
Memphis, Tenn.. 
Lincoln, Nebr — 
Harrisburg, Pa... 

New York, N. Y. 



Indianapolis, Ind . 
Boston, Mass. — 
New York, N.Y. 

do 

do 



Chemicals and dyestulls. 

Rivers and harbors. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 

Do. 
Textiles and clothing. 

Motor vehicles and supplies. 
Finance, credit, and account- 
ing. 
Metals. 
Machinery. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
Warehouses. 

Foreign trade organization. 
Chemicals and dyestufis. 
Miscellaneous. 
Pipe, pipe fittings, etc. 
Millers. 
Textiles and clothing. 

Do. 
Fruit, etc. 

Do. 
DmggLsts, etc. 
Chemicals and dyestufis. 
Miscellaneous. 
General trade organization. 
Brick and tile. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
Lumber and Its manufactures. 

Metals. 
Fruit, etc. 

Fur. 

Oas and electricity. 

Machinery. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 
Miscellaneous. 
Do. 

Finance, credit, and account- 

Miscellaneous. 
Engineers. 

Do. 
Metals. 



6 COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTEKNATIONAL— Continued. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST— Continued. 



Name. 



AddreBS of secretary 



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American Tnstitute of Minin:; <t Metallurgical 
Enginters. 

American Iron, Steel & Heavy Hardware Asso- 
ciation. 

American Iron & Steel Institute 

American Lace Manufacturers' Association 

American MaliPaMe Cast in rs AssDciation 

American Manufacturers' Association of Products 
from Com. 

American Manufactiirers' E.x|)ort Association. . . 

American Meat Packers' Assoc iation 

American Medical Trade Ass:jeiation 

American M«i's «& Boys' Clothing Manutec- 
turers' Association. 

American Metric Association 

American Minini; Con.:ress 

American National Live Stock Association 

American National Retail Jewelers' Association. . 

American Newspaper Publishers' Association. . . 

American Numisiiuitic Association '. 

American Olive Oil Importers' Association 

Amierican Paper & Pulp Association 

American Peat Society 

American Pctroioiun institute 

American Petroleum I/eague 

American Pharmaceutical Association 

American Photo-En'jravers' Association 

American Pocket Knife Industry 

American Poultry Association 

American Protective Tarill League 

American Railway En.,'ineerins; Association 

American- Roumanian Chamber of Comjnerce.. 

American-Russijn Ciiamber of Commerce 

American Seed Trade Association 

American Sliipmaslers' Association of the Pacific 
Coast. 

American Shovel Institute 

American S ociet y of Civil Engineers 

American Si )ciety of Equity 

American Society of Heating <& Ventilating 
Engineers. 

American Society of Mechanical Enrfneers 

American Society of Refrigerating Engineers 

American Society of Sales E.xecutives 

American Society of Sanitnry Enirinecring 

American Society for Testing Materials 

American Specialty Manufacturers' Association 

American Spice Trade Association 



New York, N. Y Engineers. 



.do. 



do 

Providence. R. I. 
Cleveland. Ohio.. 
Chicago, 111 



New York, N. Y. 

do 

Chicago, 111 

New York, N. Y. 

do 



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American Statist ical Association , 

American Steamship Association 

American Supply & Machinery Manufacturers' 
Association. 

American Tack Manufacturers' Association 

American Walnut Manufacturers' Association 

American Warehousemen's As.sociation , 

/American Washing Machinery Manufacturers' 
Association. 
American Wholesale Coal Association 

Amerii'axi Wine Growers' Association 

American Wood-l'reservers' Association 

American Wool Imorovement Association 

American Zinc Institute 

Anthracit e Coal Operators' Association 

Architectural Iron «& Bronze Manufacturers 

Argentine- American Chamber of Commerce 

Asbestos Paper Manufacturers* Association 

Asbestos Textile Manufacturers' Association 

Asphalt Association 

Associated Advertising Clubs of the World 

Associated Cooperate Industries of America 

Associated I>ress Indu.stries of America 

Associated Fur Manufacturwrs 

Associated General Contractors of America 

->- Associated Manufacturers of Electrical Supplies. 
-''-,^ Associated Manufacturers of Saddlery Accesso- 
y^ ries. 

y^ Associated Metal Lath Mannfistcttiren , 

^^y Associated Office Furniture Manutecturers , 

f:-—— 



Washington, D. C... 

Denver, Colo 

Neenali, Wis 

New York, N.Y.... 

Bpringfleld, Mass 

Now York, N.Y.... 

do 

....do 

....do 



Chicago, 111 

Ptiiladelphia, Pa 

Chicago, 111 

Rochester, N. Y 

Fort Wayne, Ind.... 
New York, N.Y.... 

Chicago, 111 

New York, N.Y.... 

do — 

Cleveland, Ohio 

San Francisco, Calil. 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

New York, N.Y 

Madison, Wis 

New York, N.Y... . 



do... 

do 

Columbus. Ohio. . 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

New York, N. Y. 

do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



do. .... . 

Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Chicago, 111 



do 

New York, N. Y. 
Baltimore, Md... 
Rawlins, Wyo. . . 
New York, N.Y. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
New York, N.Y. 

....do 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

do 

New York, N.Y. 
do 



St. Louis, Mo 

New York, N.Y. 

do 

Chicago, 111 

New York, N. Y. 
Syracuise, N. Y... 



Yoan«stown. Ohio 

Grana Rapids, Mich. 
Beaver Falls, Pa 



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Classification. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST— Continued. 



Hardware. 

MetaK 

Textiles and clothing. 

Metals. 

Miscellaneous. 

General trade organization. 
Miscellaneous. 
Dru"^i,'isls, etc. 
Textiles and clothing. 

Jkflscellaneous. 

Mines and quarries. 

Livestock. 

Jewelers. 

Newspapers and printing. 

Miscellaneous. 

Oil. 

Paper and stationery. 

Miscellaneous. 

Oil. 

Do. 
Druggists, etc. 
Engravers. 
Miscellaneous. 
Poultry, etc. 
Miscellaneous. 

Railwaysand railway supplies. 
Foreign trade organization. 

Do. 
Miscellaneous. 
Ships and shipping. 

Mlscellnneous. 
Eni;inoers. 
Miscellaneous. 
Engineers. 

Do. 

Do. 
Miscellaneous. 
Engine«'rs. 
Misi elluneoos. 

Do. 
Confectionery, flavoiing ex- 
tracts, etc. 
Miscellaneous. 
Ships and shipplnf. 
Macliinery. 

Miscellaneous. 

Lumber and its manufi»ctures. 

Warehotises. 

Machinery. 

Coal. 

Spirits, wines, ete. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Miscellaneous. 

Metals. 

Coal. 

Metals. 

Foreign trade onnmlzatloo 

Paper and stationery. 

Textiles and clothing. 

Miscellane<ju.s. " 

Advertising. 

Cooperage. 

Textiles and clothing. 

Fiu". 

Builders and contractors. 

Gas and electricity. 

Leather and its manti&ctura. 

Metals. 
Furniture. 
Brick and til*. 




Name. 



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Associated Wooden Ware Manufacturers 

Association of Alaska Salmon Packers 

Association of American Steel Manufacturers — 
Association of American Wood I'ulp Importers.. 
Association of Creosoting Companies of the 

Pacific Coast. 
Association of Ice Cream Supply Men 



Address of secretary. 



Chicago, HI 

Seattle, Wash 

Pittsbiu-gh, Pa 

New York, N.Y 

Seattle, Wash 



New York, N. Y. 



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y 



Association of Iron & Steel Electrical Engineers 

Association of Limi) Manufacturers of America. 

Association of Manufacturers of Chilled Car 
W^heels. 

Association of Manufacturers of Pyroxylin 
Compounds. ^ „^ , 

Association of Manufacturers of W indow Shades 
& Shade Cloth. 

Association of National Advertisers 

Association of Northwestern Shipbuilders 

Association of Operative Millers 

Assocuition of Professional Millers 

Association of Railway Supply Men 

Association of Shirt Manufact urers 

Athletic Underwear & Night wear Manufacttirers 

Atlantic Chairmakers' Association 

Atlantic Coast Shipbuilders' Association 

Atlantic Deeper Waterwajrs Association 

Automotive Equipment Association 

Automotive Wood Wheel Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Baltimore & Southern Paper Trade Association 

Barlxsrs' Supply Dealers' Association of America. 

Bicycle Manufacturers' Association 

Biscuit & Cracker Manufacturers' Association of 
the United States. 

Book Paper Manufacturers' Association 

Box Board Manufacturers' Association 

Brass & Copper Statist ical E xchange 

Bridge Builaers' & Structural Society 

Bureau of Envelope Manufacturers of America. . 

Canners' Inter-Organiiation 



do 

Washington, D. C. 
Chicago, 111 



New York, N. Y. 
do 




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5i! 



^^^anning Machinery & Supplies Association 

/S^i . . , 

y^ Cement Manufacturers^ Protective Association . . 



C-arriuge Builders' National Association. 
Jasket Manufacturers' Association of America.. 



....do 

Seattle, Wash 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Seattle, Wash 

Chicago, 111 

New York, N.Y. 

do 

Gardner, Mass.. . 
New York, N.Y. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

do 

Chicago, 111 



Baltimore, Md... 
New York, N. Y. 
Hartford, Conn.. 
New York, N. Y. 



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^ 



Central Association of Stove Manufacturers 
Central Biweau of Extension Dining Table 

Manufacturers. 

Central Supply Association 

Chamber of Commerce of the United States of 

America. 

Chamber of Mines & Oil 

Chemical Fire Engine Exchange 

Chile- American Association 

Chinese Chamber of Commerce 

Cigar Manufacturers' Association of America. . . 

Clay Products Association 

Clothing Manufactiu-ers' Industrial Exchange. . 

Coated 'textile Manufacturers' Association 

Cocoa «& Chocolate Manufacturers' Association 

of the United States. 

Coffee Growers' Association 

Common Brick Manufacturers' Association of 

America. 

Compressed Air Society 

Compressed Gas Manufactiu-ers' Association 

Concrete Mixer Association 

Container Club 

Corset Manufacturers' Association of the United 

States. 

Cotton States Merchtrnts' Association 

Cotton Yarn Merchants' Association 

Cover Paper Manufacturers' Association 

Curtain Manufacturers' Association of Amoica. . 

Cycle Jobbers' Association of America 

Cycle Parts & Acces8<x1e8 Association 

Dental Manufacturers' Club of the United States 

Dixie Over-Land Hi^way Association 

Pry Saturating Felt Manu&tcturcrs' Association, 

1 Address of commissioner. 



....do 

Washington, D. C. . . 
New York, N.Y 

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Washington, D. C 

Cadiz, Ohio 

Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

New York, N.Y 

Columbus, Ohio 

Chicago, IU.» 



-do. 



Washington, D. C. 



Los Angeles, Calif — 

Cleveland, Ohio 

New York. N.Y 

San Francisco, Calif. . 

New York, N.Y 

Chicago, 111 

New York, N.Y 

do 

do 



do 

Chicago, 111. 



New York, N. Y. 

do 

Chicago, 111 

.do. 



New York, N. Y. 



Classification. 



Lumber and its manufactures. 
Canners. 
Metals. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 
Do. 

Confectionery, flavoring ex- 
tracts, etc. 
Engineers. 
Miscellaneous. 
Railways and railway supplies. 

Miscellaneous. 

Do. 

Advertising. 
Ships and shipping. 
Millers. 

Do. 
Railways and railway supplies. 
Textiles and clothing. 

Do. 
Furniture. 
Ships and shipping. 
Rivers and Harbors. 
Miscellaneous. 
Lumber and its manufactures. 

Paper and stationery. 

Miscellaneous. 

Bicycles and motorcycles. 

Miscellaneous. 

Paper and stationery. 

Do. 
Metals. 

Builders and contractors. 
Paper and stationery. 
Canners. 
Macliinery. 

Implements and vehicles. 
Miscellaneous. 
Builders' supplies. 
Stoves. 
Furniture. 

Miscellaneous. 

General trade organizations. 

Mines and quarries. 

Machinery. 

Fweign trade organization. 

Do. 
Tobacco and cigars. 
Miscellaneous. 
Text ile and clothing. 

Do. 
Confectionery, flavoring ex- 
tracts, etc. 
Tea and coffee. 
Brick and tile. 

Miscellaneous.^ 

Gas and electricity. 

Machinery. 

Paper and stationery. 

Textiles and clotliing. 

Miscellaneous. 
Textiles and clothing. 
Paper and stationery. 
Miscellaneous. 
Bicycles and motorcycles. 

Do. 
Miscellaneous. 
Highwajrs. 



Memphis, Tenn 

Philadelphia, Pa 

New York, N.Y... . 

do 

Buffalo, N.Y 

Torrington. Conn. . . 

Chicago, 111.* 

Columbus, Oa 

New York, N.Y I Textiles and clothmg. 

• Address of business manager. 



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8 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTKENATIONAL—Continued. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST— Continued. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTERSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST— Continued. 



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Classification. 



Name. 



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Eastern Hollow Building Tile Manulacturers' . 
Association. 

Eastern Ice Manufocturers' Association 

Eastern Millinery Association 

Eastern Paperboard Mannfacturers' Association. 
Eastern Retail Implement & Vehicle Dealers' 
Association. 

Eastern Soil Pipe Association 

Eastern Shook & Wooden Box Manufacturers' 
Association. ' 

Eastern Soda Water Bottlers' Association 

Eastern States Retail Lumber Dealers' Associa- 
tion. 

Eastern Supply Association 

Eastern Woodworkers' Cost Information Service. 

Electric Hoist Manufacturers' Association 

Electric Power C lub 

Electrical Manufacturers' Club 

Elevator Manufacturers' Association of the 

United States. 
Emery & Conmdum Importers & Manu- 
facturers' Association. 
Enameled Sanitary Ware Manufacturers* Asso- 
tion. 

Engineering Coimdl 

Executive Association of Wholesale Grocers of 
New England. 

Federated Merchants' Association 

Fine Cotton Goods Exchange 

Fireclay Producers' Exchange 

Fire E xtinguishcr E xchange 

Five States Furniture Dealers' Association 

Flavoring Extract Manufacturers' Association, 

of the United States of A merica. 
Folding Box Manufacturers' National Associa- 
tion. 
Foundry Equipment Manufacturers' Association 

French Chamber of Commerce of New York 

Gas Products Association 

Georgia- Florida Saw Mill Association 

Glass Containers Association 

Glazed & Fancy Paper Manufacturers' Asaio- 
dation. 

Grain Dealers' National Association 

Granite Paving Block Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

Greeting Card Association 

Grinding Wheel Manufacturers' Association of 
the United States and Canada. 

Hardware Association of the Carolinas 

Hatters' Fur Cutters' Association of the United 

States. 
Heating & Piping Contractors' National Asso- 
ciation. 
Hemlock Manufacturers' Promotion Bureau.... 

Hickory Products Association 

Holland-American Chamber of Commerce 

Hollow Building Tile Association 

Horn h Celluloid Manufacturers' Association... 

Hydraulic Society 

Illinois & Wisconsin Retail Coal Dealers' 
Association. 

Illuminating En^eeriM Society 

Independent Oil Men's Association 

Independent Tobacco Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion of the United Stages. 
Insecticide & Disinfectant Manufacturers' 
JVssociutioii* 

Institute of American Meat Packers 

Institute of Dry Color Manufacturers 

Institute of Lithopone Manufacturers 

Institute of Metals 

International Acetylene Association 

International Apple Shippers' Association 

International Association of Garment Manu- 
facturers. 
International Association of Monidpal Electri- 
cians. 
International Association of Rotary Clubs 



New York, N. Y Brick and t ile. 



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Washington, D.C. 
Woodbwirue, Pa. . 



Brooklyn, N.Y, 
Boston, Mass... 



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New Haven, Conn. . 



New York, N.Y. 
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Chicago, lU 

Hartford, Coain.. 
Chicago, 111 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa... 



New York, N. Y. 
Boston, Mass.... 



New York, N.Y. 

do. 



Cleveland, Ohio. 

do 

Parker, 8. Dak.. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 



New York, N. Y. 



Cleveland, Ohio 

New York, N.Y 

Chicago, III 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Bridgeton, N. J 

New York, N.Y 



Toledo, Ohio. . . . 
Boston, Mass.... 



New York, N.Y... 
Dayton, Ohio 



Chariotte, N. C... 
New York, N.Y. 

do 



Oshkosh, Wis 

Chicago, III 

8an FranoLsco, Calif. 

Chicago, III 

Leominster, Mass. . . 
NewYork.N. Y.... 
Chicago, 111 



New York, N.Y... 

Chicago, III 

Covington, Ky 



New York, N. Y. 



Chioasp,IU 

NewYork,N.Y 
,do. 



International Circulation Managers' Association. 



Mansfield, Ohio.. 
New York, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y.. 
New York, N.Y. 

Houston, Tex — 

Chicago, III 



Ice. 

Millinery. 

I'aper and stationery. 

Implements and vehicles. 

Pipe, pipe fittings, etc. 
Lumber and its manufactures. 

Miscellaneous. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Miscellaneous. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Machinery. 

Gas and electricity. 

Do. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 

Do. 

Engineers. 
Grocers. 

Miscellaneous. 
Textiles and clothing. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
Furniture. 

Confectionery, flavoring ex- 
tracts, etc. 
Paper and stationery. 

Metals. 

Foreign trade organizations. 

Gas and electricity. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Glass and glassware. 

Paper and stationery. 

Miscellaneous. 
Brick and tUo. 

Miscellaneous. 
Machinery. 

Hardware. 
Fur. 

Builders and contractors. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Do. 
Foreign trade organisations. 
Brick and tile. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
Coal. 

Engineers. • 

Oil. 

Tobacco and cigars. 

Miscellaneous. 

Da 

Paint, oil, and varnish. 

Do. 
Metals. 

Gas and electricity. 
Fruit, etc. 
Textiles and clothing. 



\-' 



t. 



International Cut Stone Contractors «k Quarry, 
men's Association. 

International Milk Dealers' Association 

International Monumental Granite Producers' 

International Ship Masters' Association of Great 

Lakes. 
International Stamp Manufecturers' Association. 

Interstate Cottonseed Crushers' Association 

Interstate Fumitiu"e Dealers' Association 

Inter-State Realty Association of the Pacific 

Northwest. 

Inventors' Leagtie of the United States 

Investment Bajcikers' Association of America — 

Iowa-Nebraska Wholesale Grocers' Association. . 
Italian Chamber of Commerce in Chicago — 

Italian Chamber of Commerce in New York 

Italian Chamber of Commerce in San Francisco . 

Japanese Association of Arizona 

Japanese Association of Los Angeles 

Japanese Chamber of Commerce 



Address of secretary. 



Chicago, 111.. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
Boston, Mass 



Chicago, 111. 



Pittsbui^h, Pa. 

Dallas, 'Tex 

Chicago, III 

Portland, Oreg. 



New York, N.Y. 
Chicago, 111 



-^ Knit Goods Manufacturers of America, 

'^ Label Manufacturers' A ssociation 

^ Laundry owners' National Association, 



.1 



^: 






/ 



«• 



r ) 



Peoria, LI. 



Gas and electricity. 

.\ssociation of comraerdal 

clubs. 
Newspapers and printing. 



League of the Southwest 

Leather Belting Exchange 

Lime Association 

Linen Supply Association of America 

Linseed Association 

Live Poultry & Dairy Shippers' Traffic Associ- 
ation. 

Lumber Carriers' Association of the Great Lakes, 
umber Manufacturers' Association of Southern 
New England. 

Magnesia Association of America 

Manufacturers' Aircraft Association 

Manufacturers & Dealers' Association 

Manufacturers & Importers' Association of 
America. 

Manufacturers' Textile Association 

Manufacturing Chemists' Association 

Manufacturing Jewelers' Board of Trade 

Manufacturing Perfumers' Association of the 
United States. 

Maple Flooring Manufacturers* Association 

Material Handling Machinery Manufacturers' 
A ssociation. 

Merchants' Legislative I>eague 

Meter Manufacturers' K xchange 

Middle States Shoe Wholesalers' Association .. 

Middle States Textile Manufacturers' Association 

Mid- West Dry G oo<ls A ssociation 

Mid- West Implement Dealers' Association 

Midwest Milk Manufacturers' Association 

Millers' National Federation 

Millinery Chamber of Commerce of the United 
SUtes. 

Millinery Jobbers* Association 

Millinery Traveling Men's National Association 

Mining & Metallurgical Society of America 

Mississipid to Atlantic Inland Waterway Asso- 
ciation. 

Mississippi V alley Association 

Mis.souri-Kansas-Ok)ahoma Hotelmen's Associ- 
ation. 

Missouri-Kansas Wholesale Grocers' Association. 
Motor & Accessory Manufacturers' As.soclation.. 
Moulding & Picture Frame Manufacturers' 

CreditBureau. 
Mountain SUtes Lumber Dealers' Association.. 
Music Industries Chamber of Commerce of 

America. 
Mutual Association of Mercantile Adjusters — 
National Agricultural Lime8tone?Association... 

National A iiiancc of Ca; e G oods A ssociations 

National Association of Advertising Specialty 
Majxufactiirers. 



Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

Chicago, III 

New York. N.Y 

San Francisco, Calif. . 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Los Angeles, Calif — 
San Francisco, Calif. . 

Utica, N. Y 

New York, N.Y 

LaSaUe, 111 

San Diego, Calif 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Washington, D. C... 

Chicago, 111 

New York. N. Y.... 
Chicago, 111 



Detroit, Mich... 
Ansonia, Conn. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Boston, Mass 

Chicago, 111. 

....do 



Worcester, Mass.. 

Boston, Mass 

Providence, R. I . 
New York, N. Y. 



Chicago. HI 

New York, N.Y. 



Utica, N.Y 

New York, N.Y 

Caimelton. Ind 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

Chicago 111 

do. 



New York, N. Y. 



Chicago, m 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

New York, N.Y 

Columbus, Ga 



New Orleans, I^a. 
Kansas City, Mo. 



New York. N. Y.>.... 
Indianapolis, Ind . . . . 



Denver, Colo 

New York, N. Y. 



Detroit. Mich 

Columbus, Ohio 

Grand Rapids, Mich.. 
Chicago, 111! 



1 Address of general manager. 



Classification. 



Mines and quarries. 

Milk. 

Mines and quarries. 

Ships and shipping. 

Miscellaneous. 
Oil seed. 
Furniture. 
Real estate. 



and account- 



Miscellaneous. 
Finance, credit, 

ing. 
Grocers. 
Foreign trade organizations. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Textiles and clothing. 
Paper and stationery. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
Leather and its manufactures. 
Builders' supplies. 
Miscellaneous. 
Oil seed. 
Miscellaneous. 



Lumber and 
Do. 



its manufactures 



Miscellaneous. 
Aeronautics. 

General trade organizations. 
Do. 

Textiles and clothing. 
Chemicals and dyestuffs. 
Jewelers. 
Druggists, etc. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 
Machinery. 

Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
Leather and its manufactures. 
Textiles and clothing. 
Dry goods. 

Implements and vehicles. 
MUk. 
Millers. 
Millinery. 

Do. 

Commercial travelers. 
Mines and quarries. 
Rivers and harbors. 

Miscellaneous. 
Do. 

Grocers. 
Machinery. 

Finance, credit, and account- 
ing. 
Lumber and its manufactures. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
Mines and quarries. 
Furniture. 
Miscellaneous. 



10 COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL. AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

ALPHABXTICAL UST— Continued. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST— Com inaed. 



II 



Name. 



Address of secretary. 



y National Association of Baby Vehicle Manu- 

05^ NaUonat Association of Beddinp Manufacturers . 
O- National Association of Box Manufacturers.... 
s - National Association of Brass MaivufactureTS 

National Association of Brokers of Refined sugar . 

National Association of Builders' Exchanges. 

National Association of Buildmg 0^vners J. 

National Association of Button Manufacturers. . 
National Association of Chair Manufacturers. . . . 
■ National Association of Chewmg Oum Manu- 
y facturers <fe Allied Trades. _ 

'^ Naticmal A ssociation of Clothiers . ■•■■-•-■- 

^ National Association of C ollapsible Tube Manu- 

^ NationaJ^Associatioo of Commercial Organiza- 
tion Secretaries. 
- National Association of Corrugated Fibre box 
X Manufacturers. ,, , . _^_ 
National Association of Cotton Manufacturers.. 
National Association of Credit Men 



Elkhart, Ind 



Classification. 



Name. 



J^ National Association of Cut Glass Manufacturers 
^ National Association of Decorative Arts & 
Industries. ,^ , _. ^^ 

National Associatitm of Dyers & Cleaners^. ^. 

> National Association of k.gg Case & tgg tase 
^ Filler Manufacturers. . , ^ ^ * __ 

National AssociaUon of Electrical Contractors 

& Dealers. . ^ , s t !♦».«- 

National Assodation of Employing Lithog- 

> Nat!ona?Association of Engine & Boat Manu- 
National Association of Finishers of Cotton 
NaUonafXssociatian of Glue & Gelatine Manu- 

National Association of Hosiery <fc Underwear 

Manufacturers. ., ^ ,, /„„♦„...«, 

National Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers 

National Association of Importers of Hides & 

Skins 



Chk»go,IlL 

do 

Chicago, 111. I 

New York, N.Y... 

Atlanta, Ga 

Omaha, Nebc 

New York, N.Y... . 

Chicago, 111 

NewYork, N.Y.... 

New York, N.Y 

Chester, Pa 

Peoria, QL 

Chicago, 111 

Boston, Mass. 

New York, N.Y 

Jerrayn, Pa 

New Rochelle, N. Y.. 

Torre Haute, Ind..... 
Altamoul, III 

New York, N.Y 

Rochester, N. Y 

New York, N.Y 



/ 



/ 



Misoellaneoos. 

Miscellaneous. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Metals. 

Miscellaneous. 

Biiilders and contractors. 

Mlscellaneons. 

Da 
Furniture. 
Miscellaneous. 

Textiles and elot!ilng. 
Miscellaneous. 

Associations of commercial 

clubs. 
Paper and stationery. 

Textiles and clothlne. 
Finance, credit and account- 
ing. 
Glass and glassware. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
Do. 

Qas and electricity. 

Engravers. 

Miscellaneous. 



f-- 



v;,l 



National Association of Leather Belting Manu- 

lacturers. , ^, . , vt.ww1i« 

National Association of Macaroni & Noodle 

Manufacturers of America. ,T>^eo-«.i 

National Association of Manufacturers of Pressed 



*^> Na 

J^ Manufacturers of America 
^ -^ National.Vssociationo "' 

y & Blo^vn Glassware 



do Textiles and clothing. 

I 
do i Miscellaneous. 

Philadelphia, Pa ! Textiles and clothing. 



Chicago, lU ' Confectionery, fiavoring ex- 

I tnicts, etc. 
New York, N.Y I Leather and its manufactures. 



...,do ' l>o- 

Springflcad, III \ Miscellaneous. 

nttsburgh. Pa ' Glass and glassware. 






w 



II 



New York, N.Y 



Pro\ideiice,R.I. 
Cleveland, Ohio. . 
New York, N.Y. 



....do 

Youngstown, Ohio — 
NewYork, N.Y 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



^ > National Association of Manufacturers of the 

y United States of America. t«.«.i„„ 

/^^ "National Association of Manufacturing Jewelers. 

■^ National Association of Marble Dealers. 

J^ National Association of Mens Neckwear Manu- 
j>^ facturers. „ -^ ^^.t 

^ National Association of Men 's Straw Hat Manu- 
y^ facturers of America. 

^ National Association of Mercantuo Agenrtes^ .... 
National Association of the Motion Picture 

NationalAssociation of Music Merchants ....... 

Z National Association of Ornamental Iron & 
Bronze Manufacturers. 
National Association of I'aint Jobbers . . . . . ^. - 
> National Association of Hano Bench A Stool 
^ Manufactures. . . ,,.,,„_„ 

Natiimal Association of Pnntmg Ink Makers 

NationalAssociation of Purchasing Agents.:.- -,-;■ 
National AssociaUon of RaUway & Utilities 
Commissioners. , ^ . . « j 

National Association of Real Estate Boards 

National Association of Retail Druggists . . .... 

National Association of Retail Grocers of the 
United States. ^ ^ . ^ ..i i>.^ 

National Association of Sand & Gravel Pro- 
ducers. 

I Address of Commissioner. 



General trade organizations. 

Jewelers. 

Mines and quarries. 

Textiles and clothing. 

Miscellaneous. 

Finance, credit and accounting. 
Motion pictures. 

Miscellaneous. 
Metals. 



'-•**''> ^ 



.P 



Chicago, 111 Paint, oil and varnish. 

do.i Pianos. 

New York, N.Y j Bliscellaneous. 

■.::!do.;;!I!''.!!!!!!l!l RaUwBys and raUway supplies. 



^ 



•^. 



i 



Minneapolis, Minn. 

Chicago, 111 

Denver, Cdto 



Indianapolis, Ind . 



Real estate. 
Dmsgists, etc. 
Grocers. 

Btdlders' supplies. 



National Association of Siieet Metal Contractors 

of the United Statos. 
National Association of Sheet & Tin Plate 
Manufacturers. 

National Association of Shirt Manufacturers 

National Association of Stationary Engineers — 
National Association of Stationers & Manufac- 
turers. 
^ National Association of Steel & Copper Plate 
' Engravers. 

^-National Association of Stove Manufacturers — 
''^ National Association of Sweater & Knitted 
Textile Industry. 
National AssocLition of Talking Machine Jcbl)ers. 
^National Associatioa of Upholstered Furniture 
^ Manufacturers. 

National Association of Waste Material Dealers. . 

National Association of White Com Millers 

National Association of Window Glass Manufac- 
turers. 
y National Association of Wool Fiber Manu- 
/^ facturers. 

Nstional Association of Wool Manufacturers 

National Association of Worsted & Woolen 
Spiimcrs. 

National .\utomatic Sprinkler Association 

National Automobile t'haml)er of Commerce 

National Automobile Dealers' Association 

^National Basket & Fruit I'ackage Manufac- 
y turers' Association. 

National Board of Farm Organizations 

National Board of Fire Underwriters 

•^^ational Boiler & Radiator Manufacturers' 
y^ Association. 

National Boot & Shoe Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

^'National Bottle Manufacturers' Association 

^ National Bottlers' Association 

>" National Brick Manufacturers' Association 

yy- National Broom Manufacturers' Association 

^ National Builders' Bureau 

National Builders' Supplv Associiition 

National Building Granite Quarries Association 
National Bureau of Wholesale Lumber Distrib- 
utors. 
National Canned Food & Dried Fruit Brokers' 
Association. 

National Caimers* Associaticm 

National Cigar I^af Tobacco Associatiwi 

National CiAic Federation 

Nati(nial Cloak, Suit 6t Skirt Manufacturers' 
Association. 

National Coal Association 

National Coilee Roasters' Association 

National Commercial Fixture Manufacturers' 

Association. 
National Commissary Managers' Association . . . 
National Committee of the Confederated Supply 

Associations. 
Naticmal Confectioners' Association of the 

United States. 
National Conference of State Manufacturers' 
Associations. 

National Contractors' Association 

National Council of Furniture A.ssociati(ms 

National Crushed Stone Association 

National Dairy Council 

National Dairy Union 

National District Heating Association 

National Drug Trade Conference 

National Editorial Assodaticxi 



National Electric Light Association 

National Federation of Construction Industries. 

National Federation of Implement & Vehicle 
Dealers' Associations. 

Nati<»ial Federation of Remedial Loon Associa- 
Uon. 

1 Address of general manager. 



Address of secretary. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. . . 



New York, N.Y 

Chicago, III 

NewYork, N.Y 



.do. 



Troy, N.Y 

New York, N. Y. 



Pittsbiirgh, Pa. 
Chicago, 111 



New York, N. Y. 
Louisville, Ky... 
Pittsburgh, Pa. . . 



Boston, Mass 

New York,'N."Y! 



do 

St. I.ouis, Mo. . .. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Washingtcm, D. C. 
New York, N. Y.'. 
Geneva, N.Y 



Rochester, N. Y. 



Wheeling, W. Va 

NewYork, N.Y 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Chicago, 111 

Spokane, Wash 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Boston, Mass , 

Washington, D. C. . 



Chicago, ni. 



Washington, C. D.. 

Lanca.ster, Pa 

New York, N. Y.* . . 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Washington, D. C 

NewYork, N.Y 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Chicago, 111 

NewYork, N.Y 



Chicago, m. 
do 



NewYork, N.Y 

Chicago, 111 

Columbus, Ohio 

Chicago, III 

Catawissa, Pa 

Green \'ille, Ohio 

Detroit, Mich , 

Wessingtcm Springs, 
S. Dak. 

NewYork, N.Y 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Abilene, Kans 

Detroit, Mich 



Classification. 



Metals. 

Do. 

Textiles and clothing. 

En^jiueers. 

Paper and stationery. 

Engravers. 

Stoves. 

Textiles and clothing. 

Miscellaneous. 
Furniture. 

Miscellaneoiis. 

Millers. 

Glass and glassware. 

Textiles and clothing. 

Do. 
Do. 

Miscellaneous. 

Motor vehicle s and supplies. 

Do. 
Miscellaneous. 

' Do. 
Do. 
Machinery. 

Leather and its manufactures. 

Glass and glassware. 

MiscellaneoiLs. 

Brick and tile. 

Miscellaneous. 

Builders and contractors. 

Builders' suj>plies. 

Mines and quarries. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Canners. 

Do. 
Tobacco and cigars. 
Miscellaneous. 
Textiles and clothing. 

Coal. 

Tea and coffee. 

Miscellaneous. 



Do. 
Do. 

Confectionery, 

tracts, etc. 
Miscellaneous. 



flavoring, ex« 



Builders and contractors. 

Funiiturc. 

Mines and quarries. 

MUk. 

Do. 
Miscellaneous. 
Druggbts, etc. 
Newspapers and printing. 

Gas and electricity. 
Builders' supplies. 
Implements and vehicles. 

Miscellaneous. 



s Address of president. 



y 



^ 



12 COMMERCIAL, ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST— Continued. 



Name. 



Address of secretary. 



Ex- 



National Fertilizer Association 

National Fire Protection As^sociation 

National Foreign Trade Council 

National Founders' Associat ion 

National Garment Retailers' Association. 
National Gas Appliance Manufacturers 

change. 

National Gas Engine Association 

National dinner^' Association 

National Hardware Association of the United 

States. 

National Hardwood Lumber Association 

National Harness Manufacturers' Association. . , 

National Hay Association 

National Implement <fe Vehicle Associati<»i of the 

U. S. A. 

National Industrial Conference Board 

National IndastriiU Tratlic League 

National Jewelers' Board of Trade 

National Ladder Manufacturers' Association 

National League of Commissicai Merchants of the 

United States. 
National Leather <t Shoe Finders' Association. . 

National Lumber Exporters' Association 

National Lumber Manufacturers' Association. . . 

National Machine Tool Builders' Association 

National Manufacturers of Soda Water Flavors. . 

National Marine league of the United States 

National Me 1 al Trades Association 

National Mineral Water <fe Beverage Association. 

National Municipal League 

National One-Cent Letter I'ostage Association. . 

National Onion Association 

National Ornamental Glass Manufacturers' As- 
sociation of the United States and Canada. 

National Outdoor Furniture Manufacturers' As- 
sociation. 

National Patat, Oil <fe Varnish Association 

National Pajwr Box Manufacturers' Association. 

National Paper Trade Association of the United 
States. 

; National Paving Brick Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

National Petroleum Association 

-y- National Piano Manufacturers' Association of 
America. 

National Piano Travelers' Association 

National Pickle Packers' Association 

National Pipe & Supplies Association 

National Poultry, Butter A Egg Association 

National Preservers' A Fruit Products Associa- 
tion. 

National Railway Appliances Association 

National Kelrigerator Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

National Retail Coal Merchants' Associatiim. . . 

Nati<Mial Retail Dry (;oods Association 

National Retail Hardware Association 

National Retail Liquor DMlers' Association of 
the U.S. A. 

National Retail Lumber Dealers' Association. . . 

National Retail Monument Dealers' Association 
of America. 

National Rivers & Harbors Congress , 

^ National Saddlery Manufacturers' Association. . 
^ National Shoe Retailers' Association of the U. 
S. A. 

National Shoe Travelers' Association 

National Shoe Wholesalers' Association 

National Slag Association 

Matiooal Supply A Machineiy Dealers' Associa- 
tion. 

National Terra Cotta Society 

^ National Varnish Manufacturers' Association 

. ^ati<Hia] Veneer dc Panel Manuliacturers' Asso- 
J^ GiatioD. 

National Warm Air Heating k Ventilating Asso- 
ciation. 
National Wliolesale Druggists' Association 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bcjston, Mass 

Now York, N. Y. 

Chicago, III 

New York, N. Y. 
do..... 



Chicago, Hi 

Memphis, Term 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Chicago, HI 

Cincinnati, Ohio.... 
Winchester, Ind . . . . 
Chicago, HI , 



Boston, Ma.ss 

Chicago, 111 

New Y«-k,N. Y. 

Chicago, 111 

New York, N. Y. 



St. Loais, Mo 

Baltimore, Md 

Chicago, 111 

Worcester. Mass 

Chicago, 111 



New York, N. Y. 
Chicago, 111 

New York, N. Y. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Cleveland, Ohio.. 

Kenton. Ohio 

St. Louis, Mo. . . . 

Greensburg, Pa.. 

New York, N. Y. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
New York, N. Y. 

Cleveland, Ohio.. 



.do. 



Chicago, 111 

New York, N. Y. 

Chieago, 111 

Pittsburgh. Pa... 

Chicago, 111 

Baltimore, Md... 






Chicago, 111. 
do 



Washfaifton, D. C. 
New Y(»fk, N. Y.. 

Argos, Ind 

ChtoJjo, 111 



Detroit, Mich . . . 
La >ayette, In.i. 



W: 'hLngton, D. C. 

Chi-a«o, 111 

D.n>ille, 111 



Boston, Mass 

Clk.tgo, 1.; 

Cleveland, Oiin. 
Phiiadeipnitf, i a. 



Ne^ Yc'<, r. Y. . 
P' i]a<JMLhla, I'-.. 
Indiauupclij, In 



Columbus, 0:.i.r... 



I 



Classification. 



Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
General trade organ izatiims. 
Metals. 

Textiles and clothing. 
Gas and olectriciiy. 



Machinery. 

MLscellaneous. 

Hardware. 

Lumber and its manufactives. 
Leather and its manufactures. 
Miscellaneous. 
Implements and vehicles. 

Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
Jewelers. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 

Leather and its manufacturwi. 
Lumber and its manufactures. 

Do. 
Machinery. 

Confectionery, flavoring ex- 
tracts, etc. 
Ships and shipping. 
Metals. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 

Do. 
Fruit, etc. 
Glass and glassware. 

Furniture. 



Paint, oil. and varnish. 
Paper and stationery. 
Do. 

Brick and tfle. 

OIL 
Pianos. 

Commercial travelers. 

MLsoellanuous. 

Pipe, pipe fittings, etc. 

Poultry, etc. 

Miscellaneous. 

Railways and railway supplies. 
MisoellaneoQs. 

Coal. 

Dry goods. 
Hardware . 
Spirits, wines, etc. 

Lumber and itsmanu^tures. 
Misoellaaeous. 

Rivers and harbors. 
Leather and its manufactures. 
Do. 

Commercial travelers. 
Leather and its manufactures. 
Miscellaneous. 
Machinery. 

Brick and tile. 
Paint, oil, and varnish. 
Lumber and its manufactures. 

Miscellaneous. 

Druggisto , etc 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTERSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST— Continued. 



13 



Name. 



y' 



( 



-f 



^ 



i\ 



National Wholesale Dry Goods Association. . . 

National Wholesale Floor Covering Association. 

National Wholesale Grocers' Association of the 
United States. 

National Wholesale Jewelers' Association. . ..... 

National Wholesale Luml)er Dealers' Association 

Natimial WLolcsulo Men's Furnishings Associa- 
tion. 

National Wholesale Tailors' Association 

Natimal Woman's Association of Commerce 

Naticmal Wood Chemical Association 

National Wool G rowers' Association 

National Woolens f<. Trimmings Association. . .. 

Natural Gas Associat ion of America 

Natural Ice Association of America 

New England Association of Boiler Manufac- 
turers. 

New England Association of Commercial Engi- 
neers. 

New England Association of Commercial Execu- 
tives. 

New England Association of Dyers <t Cleaners 

New England Association of Gas Engineers 

New England Business Papers Associaticm 

New England Coal Dealers Association 

New England Dry Goods Association 

New England Hardware Dealers' Association... 

New England Holel Association 

New England Implement Dealers' Association . . 

New England Iron & Hardware Association 

New England Lace Manufacturers' Association.. 
7 New England Manufacturing Confectioners' As- 
/^ sociaticm. 

New England Manufacturing Jewelers & Silver- 
yr smiths' Association. 
^ New England Paper Merchants' Association .... 

New England Paper «t Pulp Traffic Association . . 

New England Shoe <b Leather Association 

New England Shoe Wholesalers' Association 

New England Stove Manufacturers' Association. 

New England Yellow IMne Dealers' Association. 

News- Print Service Bureau 

North Carolina Pine Association 

North Carolina Pine Box & Shook Manufttctm** 
ers* Association. 

Northern Hemlock & ITardwood Manufacturers' 
Association. 

Northern Pine Manufacturers' Association 

Northern Potato Traffic Association 

Northern White Cedar Associati<m 

Northwest Clay Association 

Northwest Face Bnck Association 

Northwest MiningAssociation 

Northwest RetailFumitiu^ Dealers' Association . 

Northwest Tractor Trade Association 

Northwestern Brewers' Traffic Managers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Northwestern Credit Association 

Northwestern Fruit Jobt)ers' Association 

Northwestern Hardwood Lumbermen's Aaso- 
dation. 

Northwestern ITotel Men's Association 

Northwestern Lumber & Sash & Door Traveling 
Salesmen's Assoaation. 

Northwestern Lumbermen's Association 

Northwestern Pap^ Merchant.8' Association. . . 

Northwestern Photo-Engravers' Association 

Northwestern Traffic & Ber\'ice Bureau 

Norw^an- American Chamber of Commerce 

"^ Oak FloonngManuIarturcrs' Association 

■^ Ocean PearlButton Manufiicturers' Associaticm. 

Ohio Yalley Im provement Associatioa 

Olive Association 

^'Optical Manufacturers' Assodation 

Oyster Growers' & Dealers' Association of North 
America. 

Paciflcl oast Shippers' Assoeiation 

Padflc Lumber Inspection Bureau 

Padflc Northwest Loggers' Bureau 



^ 



Address of secretarj' 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

do 

New York, N. Y. 



Philadelphia, Pa... 
New York, N.Y... 
....do 



Chicago, 111 

do 

Bradford, Pa 

Salt Lake City, Utah.. 

Boston, Mass 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

New York, N.Y 

East Boston, Mass . . . . 



Boston, Mass. 



Waltham, Mass. 
Boston, Mass.... 

• ■•■Uw* •• •••■••« 

' • • • a^AO* •••••*••• 

• « ■ aUw* ••••■•••< 

do 



do 

Northampton, Mass. 

Natick, Mass 

Boston, Mass 

Providence, R.I 

Boston, Mass 



Providence, R. I. 



Boston, Mass 

do 

» • ■ > .U(/* •••■>•>>. 

Pro\i'T»nce, R.I. 
New Y, rk, N. Y. 

Norfolk, Va 

Baltimore, Md... 



Oshkosh, Wis. 



Minneapolis, Mlnn.^ 

do 

do 



do 

Spokane. Wa.sh 

Portland, Oreg , 

Minneapolis, Minn. . 
do , 



Seattle, Wa.sh 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
do 



Omaha, Nebr... 
Milwaukee, Wis. 



Minneapolis, Minn. 
do 



Portland, Or^ 

Minneapolis, Miim. 
New York, N.Y... 

Chicago, in 

Philadelphia, Pa... 
Cincmnati, Ohio. . . 
New York, N.Y... 
Providenee, R. I... 
Washington, D. C. 



Seattle, Wash. 

do 

do 



> Address of president. 



Classification. 



Dry goods. 

Miscellaneous. 

Grocers. 

Jewelers. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Miscellaneous. 

Textiles and clothing. 
Miscellaneous. 
Chemicals and dyesluffs. 
Miscellaneous. 
Textiles and clothing. 
Gas and electricity. 
Ice. 
Machinery. 

Engineers. 

Associations of commercial 
clubs. 

Miscellaneous. 

Engineers. 

Newspapers and printing. 

Cool. 

Dry goods. 

Hardware. 

Miscellaneous. 

Implements and vehicles. 

Hardware. 

Textiles and clothing. 

Confectionery, flavoring ex- 
tracts, etc. 

Jewelers. 

Paper and stationery. 

Do. 
Leather and its manufactures. 

Do. 
Stoves. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 
Paper and stationery. 
Lum ber and its manuCact urcs. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Fruit, etc. 

Lumber and Its manufactures. 
Miscellaneous. 
Brick and tile. 
Mines and quarries. 
Furniture. 

Implements and vehicles. 
Spirits, wines, etc. 

flnance.credit, and accounting. 

Fruit, etc. 

Luml>er and its manufactures. 

Miscellaneous. 
Commercial travelers. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Paper and stationery. 

Engravers. 

Coal. 

Foreign trade organizations. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Miscellaneous. 

Rivers and harbors. 

Miscellaneous. 

Do. 

Do. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 
Do. 
Do. 



14 COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTESNATIONAL—CoDtinued. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST— Continued. 



Name. 



Address of secretary 



' 



Pacific Northwest Milk Dealers' Association 

Pacific Northwest Society of Engineers 

Pacific Northwest Stationers' Association 

Paint Manufacturers' Association of the United 
States. 

Paint & Oil Club of New Fngland 

Pan American Chamber of Commerce 

Pan American Conr-ular Association of Chicago. . 

Paper Makers' Advertising Club 

Pennsylvania & Atlantic Seaboard Hardware 
Association. 

Pennsylvania, New Jersey & Delaware Whole- 
sale Grocers' Association. 

Periodical Publishers' .\s8ociation of America. . . 

Philadelphia Commercial Mu-seum 

Photographers' Association of America 

Pilgrim Publicity Association.' 



Pipe Fittings & Valve ' .xchange 

Plate C. lass Manufacturers of America 

Plumbago-Graphite Association 

Portland Cement Asso(>iati(«i 

Portuguese Chamber of Commerce & Industry of 
New York. 

Poster Advertising Associaticm 

Potato Associal inn of America 

Prepared Roofing & Shingle Manufacturers' As- 
sociation. 

Pressed Metal Association 

Printing Press Manufacturers' A.ssociatian 

Proprietary Association of America 

Puget Sound Salmon Canners' Association 

Pulp Manufacturers' Association 

Railway Business Association 

Railway Car Manufacturers' Association 

Railway Supply Manufacturers' Association — 

Range boiler I-. xchange 



Seattle, Wash.... 

....do 

....do 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y. 

Chicago, 111 

Ilolyoke, Mass... 
Pittsburgh, Pa... 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

New York, N. Y. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
Cleveland, Ohio. . 

Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y. 
Pittsburgh, Pa... 
New York, N.Y. 

Chicago, in 

New York, N. Y. 



Chicago, HI 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Chicago, 111 



Refrigerating Machinery Manufacturers' Asso- 



>• Refractories Manufacturers' Association 

/^ elation 

Retail Millinery Association of America 

Retail Research Association 

Retailers' Commercial Union 

Rice Dealers of the World Association 

Rice Millers' As.sociation 

Rocky Moimtain Hotel Men's Association 

Rocky Mountain Traffic Association 

Rope Paper Sack Bureau 

Rubber Association of America 

Salt Producers' Associati(m 

Scale & Balance Manufacturers' Association 

Sheet Metal Club 

Ship Masters' Association of the U. 8. A 

Shipowners' Association of the Pacific Coast 

Shoe Lace Manufacturers' Exchange . 

Shoe Polish Manufacturers' Association of Amer- 
ica. 

Silk Association of America 

Silk Dyers' Mutual Protective Association 
America. 

Society of Automotive Engineers 

Society for IMectrical Development , 

Society of Industrial Engineers 

Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers, 

South Atlantic Supply Association 

Southeastern Box Manufeicturers' Association.. 

Southeastern Hardware dc Implement Asso- 
ciation. 

Southea.stem Millers' Association , 

Southern Appalachian Coal Operators' Associa- 
tion. 

Southern Commercial Congress. 

.^^ Southern Cypress Manufacturers' Association. . 
•''^Southern Furniture Manufacturers' Association 
•^ Southern Hardware Jobbers' Association 



of 



Southern Hardwood Traffic AasociatiOQ. 

Southern Ice ICxchange 

Southern Kaolin Miners' Association. 

Southern Logging Association 

Southern Metal Trades Association. . . 



Cleveland, Ohio> . . 
New York, N.Y. . 
Svracuse, N. Y..., 

Seattle. Wash 

New York, N.Y. . 

do. 

do 

Pittsburgh, Pa.... 
New York, N.Y. . 
Pittsburgh, Pa..., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. . 



New York, N.Y 

do 

Grant City, Mo 

New York, N.Y 

Beaumont, Tex 

Denver, Colo 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Boston, Mass 

New York, N.Y 

Detroit, Mich 

New York, N.Y 

Philadelphia. Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

San Francisco, Calif. . 

Providence, R. I 

Cliarlcston, W. Va... 



New York. N. Y. 
Paterson, N.J... 



New York, N.Y. 

do 

Chicago, 111 

NewYork, N. Y. 

Savannah. Ga 

Atlanta, Oa 

do 



Nashville, Tenn.. 
Knoxviile, Tenn. 



Classification. 



Washington, D. C. 
New Orleans. La.. 
High Point, N.C. 
Richmond, Va — 
Memphis. Tenn... 

Sclma, Ala 

Macon, Ga 

New Orleans, La. . 
Atlanta, Ga 



Milk. 

Knginecrs. 

Paper and rtationery. 

Paint, (Al, and vamidi. 

Do. 
Foreign trade organizations. 
Miscellaneous. 
Advertising. 
Hardware. 

Grocers. 

Newspapers and printing. 

General trade organizaticms. 

Misi-ellaneous. 

A dvertisinn . 

Pipe, pipe fittings, etc. 

Glass and gla.s8ware. 

MiseelluncouK. 

Builders' suppUe^t. 

Foreign trade organizations. 

Advertising. 
Fniit, etc. 
Builders' .nuppLes. 

Metals. 

Machinery, 

Druggists, etc. 

Canners. » 

Paper and statl(>nery. 

Rail wavs and railway supplies. 

Do.' 

Do. 
Machinery. 
Brick and tile. 
Machinery. 

Millinery. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 

Do. 
Millers. 
Miscellaneooa. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Metals. 
Ships and shipping. 

Do. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 

Textiles and clothing. 
Do. 

Engineers. 

Gas and electricity. 

Engineers. 

Do. 
Mi.scellaneoiis. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 
Hardware. 

Millers. 
Coal. 

General trade organizations. 
Lumber and its manufactures. 
Furniture. 

Lumber and its manuHacttirea. 

Ice. 

iiincs and uuarrics. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Metals. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTSBSTATS, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL--Contmued. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST— Continued. 



15 



Name. 



i\ 



Southern Pine Association 

Southern Retail Furniture Association 

^ Southern Sash, Door & Millwork Manufacturers' 
Association. 

Southern Settlement & Development Organiza- 
tion. 

Southern Shoe Wholesalers' Association 

Southern Spinners' A.ssociation 

I Southern Supply &. Machinery Dealers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Southern Wholesale Dry Goods Association 

Southern Wholesale Grocers' Associati(^ 

Southwestern Commercial Men's Association 

Southwestern Electrical & Gas Association 

Southwestern Ice Manufacturers' Association . . . 

Southwestern Interstate Coal Operators' Asso- 
ciation. 

Southwestern Lumbermen's Association 

Southwastem Millers' League 

Spruce Bureau 

Stationers it Publishers' Board of Trade 

^ Steel Barrel Manufacturers' Association 

y^ Stoker Manufacturers' Association 

^> Store Equipment Manufacturel*s' Association . . . 
^ Structural Steel Society 

Swedish Chamber of Commerce of the U. S. A . . 

Tanners' Council of the United States of America. 

Tea Association of the United States 

Teclinical Association cf the Pulp & Paper 
Industry. 

Textile Alliance 

Textile Color Card Association of the United 
States. 

Tile Manufacturers' Credit Association 



Tile & Mantel Contractors' Association of Amer- 
ica. 

Tin Importers' Association 

Tissue Pai>er Manufacturers' Association 

Tobacco Association of the Ignited States 

Tobacco Mercliants' Association of the United 
States. 
7 Toy Manufacturers of the United States of Amer- 
/ lea. 

7 Trailer Mantjfaetiirers' Ass-^-ciation of America . 



Address of secretary. 



New Orleans. La 

Charlottesville, Va . , 
Atlanta, Ga 



Baltimore, Md . 



Charleston, S. C. 

York, S.C 

Richmond, Va.. 



do 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

EI Paso, Tex 

Dallas, "rex 

Temple, Tex 

Kansas City, Mo . 



do 

do 

North Portland, Oreg 

NewYork, N.Y 

Detroit, Mich 

Worcester, Mass 

New York, N.Y 

Chicago, 111 

NewYork, N.Y 

do , 

do 

do 



.do. 
.do. 



Beaver Falls, Pa . 



Tri-State Association of Credit Men . 



Trl-State Conntrv Grain Shippers' Association. 
Tri-State Credit & Adjustment Bureau 



*■ I 



/• 



t -ii 



\ Address of Commissioner. 



7 



TrI-State Packers' Association 

Tubular Plumbing Goods & Tank Trimming 
Manufacturers' Association. 

Turpentine & Rosin Producers' Association 

Union Association of Lumber it Sash & Door 
Salesmen. 

United Engineering Society 

United Metal Trades Association of the Pacific 
Coast. 
United North American Japanese Af^sodation . . 

United States Brewers' Ass( ciation 

United States Dyestufl & Chemical Importers' 
Association. 

United States Gold Leaf Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

United States Potash Producers' Association . . 

United States Potters' Association 

United St ites Shellac Importers' Assc^ciation 

United States Sugar Manufacturers' Association. 

United Stiites Trade-Mark Association 

United Tj-p(<thetae of America 

United Upholstery Manufacturers' Association. . 

United Waist Leafue of America 

Utah-Idaho Grain Exchange 

Utah-Idalio Wholesale Grocers' Association 

Vegetable Parchment Manufocturers' Associa- 
tion. 

Vehicle League 

Vitrified Pipe Manufacturers' Assreiation 

Wa'I Paper Manufacturers' Association of the 
United States. 



Cincinnati, Ohio. 



NewYork, N.Y 

do 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
NewYork, N. if 



do. 



Cincinnati. Ohio. 
El Paso, 'Tex 



Minneapolis, Minn . . 
Huntington, W. Va . 

Princess Anne, Md. . 
New York, N.Y... . 



New Orleans, La. 
Toledo, Ohio 



New York, N. Y. 
Portland, Oreg. . . 



Seattle, Wa^.... 
New York, N.Y. 
do 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Washingt(m, D. C... 
East Liverpool, Ohio. 

NewYork, N.Y 

Washington, D. C 

NewY'ork, N. Y 

Chicago, 111 

Philadelphia, Pa 

New York. N.Y 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 

do 

Philadelphia, Pa 



Charlotte, N.C. 
Irondale, Ohio . . . 
New York, N.Y. 



Classification. 



Lumb*>r and its manufactures. 

Furniture. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Miscellaneous. 

Leather and its manu&ctures. 
Textiles and clothing. 
Machinery. 

Dry goods. 

Grocers. 

Commercial travelers. 

Gas and electricity. 

Ice. 

Coal. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Millers. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Paper and stationery. 

Miscellaneous. 

Machinery. 

Miscellaneous. 

Metals. 

Foreign trade organizations. 

Leather and its manufactures. 

Tea and coffee. 

Paper and stationery. 

Textiles and clothing. 
Do. 

Finance, credit, and account- 
ing. 
Builders and contractors. 

Metals. 

Paper and stationery. 
Tobacco and cigars. 
Do. 

Miscellaneous. 

Implements and vehicles. 

Finance, credit, and account- 
ing. 

Miscellaneous. 

Finance, credit, and account- 
ing. 

Canners. 

Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
Lumber and its manufactures. 

Engineers. 
Metals. 

Foreign trade organizations. 
Spirits, wines, etc. 
Chemicals and dyestuffs. 

^liscellaneous. 

Do. 
Do. 

Paint, oil, and \-amish. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
Newspapers and printing. 
Miscellanecus. 
Textiles and clothing. 
Miscellaneous. 
Grocers. 
Paper and stationery. 

Implements and vehicles. 
Pipe, pipe fittings, etc. 
Paper and stationery. 



16 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



17 



INTEKSTATE, NATIONAL, AND mTKENATIONAl—Continuod. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST— Continued. 



Name. 



^ 



7 



Z 



Waterproof Wrapping Paper Manufacturers' 
Association. 

Waxed Paper Manufacturers' Association 

West Coast Lumbermen's Association 

Western Asscciatim of Eectrical Inspectors 

Western Ass'^ciatinn of Retail Cigar Dealers 

Western Association of Rolled Steel Consumers. . 

Western Association of Shoe Wholesalers 

Western Canners' Association 

Western Coal Producers' Association 

Western Fruit Jobbers' Association of America. . 

Western drain Dealers' Association 

Western Ice Manufactiirers' Association 

Western Leaf Tobacco Merchants' Credit Asso- 
ciaticn. 

Western Magnesite Association 

Western Paper Box Manufacturers' Association. 
■^Western Paving Brick Manufactiirers' Associa- 
tion. 

Western Petroleum Refiners' Association 

Western Pine Manufacturers' Association 

Western Red Cedar Association 

Western Retail Implement, Vehicle d. Bard- 
ware Association. 

Western Retail Lumbermen's Assodation 

Western Society of Engineers 

White Cedar Shingle Manufacturers' Association . 

White Pine Bureau 

Wholesale Door & Sash Association 

Wholesale Saddlery Association of the United 
States. 

Wholesale Stationers' Association of the U. S. A. 

Woman's Chamber of Commerce 

World's Salesmanship Congress 

Wrapping Paper Bfanufacturers' Service Bnreau. 

Writing Paper Manufacturers' Association 

Yam Credit Association 



Address of secretary. 



Niagara Falls, N.Y... 



New York, N.Y. 
Seattle, Wash.... 

Chicago, III 

Seattle, Wash.... 

Chicago, lU 

do 

Chlllicothe, Ohio. 
Billings, Mont . . . 

Denver. Colo 

Des Moines, lows . 
Kansas Citv, Mo. 
Milwaokee, Wis. . 



Classification. 



San Francisco, Calif . 
Des Moines, Iowa . . . 
Kansas City, Mo — 



do 

Portland, Oreg. 
Spokane. Wash , 
Abilene, Kans . . 



Spokane, Wash. 

Chicago, III 

Oshkosh, Wis.. 
St. Paul, liinn. 

Chicago, 111 

do 



Brooklyn, N.Y. . 
New Orleans, La. 
Detroit, Mich.> . . 
New York, N.Y. 

do 

do 



Paper and stationery. 

Do. 

Luml)er and its manufactures. 
Gas and electricity. 
Tobacco and cigars. 
Miscellaneous. 

Leather and its manufactures. 
Canners. 
Coal. 

Fruit, etc. 
Miscellaneous. 
Ice. 

Finance, credit, and account- 
ing. 
Misceltaneotis. 
Paper and stationery. 
Brick and tile. 

Oil. 

Lumber and its manufactiu^s. 

Do. 
Implements and vehicles. 

I^umber and its manufactures. 

Engineers. 

Lumber and its manufactures. 

Do. 

Do. 
Leather and its manufactures. 

Paper and stationery. 
Miscellaneous. 

Do. 
Paper and stationery. 

Do. 
Finance, credit, and account 
ing. 



1 Address of director. 



CLASSIFIED LIST. 



Name. 



ADVERTISING. 

American Association of Advertising 

Agencies. 
Associated Advertising Clubs <rf the World 

Association of National Advertisers 

Paper Makers' Advertising Club 

Pilgrim Publicity Association 

Poster Advertising Association 



AEBONAUTICS. 

Aeronautical Society of America — 
Manufacturers' Aircraft Association. 



ASSOOATIONS OF COMMEKCIAL CLUBS. 

International Association of Rotary Clubs 
National Association of Commercial Or- 
ganization Secretaries. 
New England Association of Commercial 
Executives. 

BICYCLES AND HOTORCTCLES. 



Bicycle Manufecturers' Association 

Cycle Parts & Accessories Association. — 
Cycle Jobbers' Association of America 



K ddress of secretary . 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



.\nnual income. 



Rate. 



4„ 



I 



Cleveland, Ohio j 115 

NewYork,N.Y ' 15,000 

do 270 

Holy oke. Mass 10 

Bost(m, Mass... 
Chicago, 111 



New York, N. Y 
Boston, Mass.... 



Chicago, 111. 
Peoria, IlL. 



Waltham, Mass — 



Hartford, Conn 

TcMTington, Conn. . . 
Buffalo, N.Y 



6,000 



400 

18 



480 
000 

73 



10 
80 

75 



t200- 
1,000 



aoo 

800 

10-15 



15 
1,000 



1 
10 



50 
25 
10 



Total. 



$125,000 

64,000 

4,800 



90,000 



i.y),ooo 

6,000 
219 



2,000 
750 



Date erf 

annual 

meeting. 



October. 

September. 

December. 

February. 

April. 

July. 



February. 
July. 



June. 
October. 

July. 



August. 
Do 






V 



XNTXBSTATS, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

CLASSIFIED LIST— Continued. 



Name. 



BRICK AND TILE. 

• 

American Fact^ Brick Association 

Associated Tile Manufacturers 

Common Brick Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion of America. 

Eastern Hollow Building Tile Manu- 
facturers' Association. 

Granite Paving Block Manufacturers' 
Association. 

Hollow Building Tile A ssociatiwi 

National Brick Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

National Paving Brick Manuafcturers' 
Association. 

National Terra Cotta Society 

Northwest Face Brick Association 

Refractories Manufacturers' Association. . 

Western Paving Brick Manufacturers' 
Association. 

BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. 

As ociated OenemlContractorsof America 

Bridge Builders & Structural Society ■. 

Heating & Piping Contractors' National 
Association. 

National Association of Builders' Ex- 
changes. 

National Builders' Bureau 

National Contractors' .\ssociation 

Tile & Mantel Contractors' Association 
of America. 

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES. 

Cement Manufacturers' Protective Asso- 
ciation. 

Lime Association 

National Association of Sand «fe Gravel 
Producers. 

National Builders' Supply Association . . . 

National Federation of Construction 
Industries, 

Portland Cement Association 

Prepared Roofing & Shingle Manufac- 
turers' Association. 

CANNERS. 

Association of A laska Salmon Packers — 

Canners' Inter-Organisation 

Nation il Canned Food & Dried Fruit 
Brokers' Association. 

National Canners' Association 

Puget Sound Salmon Canners' Associa- 
tion. 

Tri-State Packers' Association 

Western Canners' Association 



CHEMICALS AND DYESTUFFS. 

American Association of Pharmaceutical 
Chi mists. 

American Chemical Society 

American Dyes Institute 

Manuticturing Chemists' Association 

National Wood Chemical Association 

United States DyestuH & Chemical Im- 
porters' Association. 

COAL. 

American Wholesale Coal Association 

Anthracite Coiil Operators' Association. . . 

148759°— 20 2 



Address of secretary. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem« 
bers. 



Chicago, HI 

Beaver Falls, Pa . 
Chicago, m 



New York, N.Y....! 

Boston, Mass i 

Chicago, HI I 

Indianapolis, Ind . . . . 



90 

15 

250 



17 

70 
500 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



New York, N.Y... . 
Minneapolis, Minn . . 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Kansas City, Mo 



Chicago, 111 

New York, N. Y 
do 



25 

7 

95 

14 



280 
24 



Annual Income. 



Rate. 



125 



10 



50 



25 



100 



Atlanta, Ga. 



Spokane, Wash 

New YOTk, N. Y.... 
Cincinnati, Ohio. . . . 



New York, N.Y... . 

Washington, D. C... 
Indianapolis, Ind — 



....do 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



52 



3,500 
250 



19 

120 
200 

120 



Chicago, m. 
do 



Seattle, Wash 

Washington, D. C. 
Chicago, III 



Washington, D. C. . 
Seattle, Wash • 



Princess Anne, Md . 
Chiilicothe, Ohio 



New York, N.Y... . 

Washington, D.C... 
New York, N.Y..., 

Boston, Mass 

Bradford, Pa 

New York, N. Y.... 



84 
35 



24 
630 

1,200 



Chicago, III 

Philadelphia, Pa 



338 
250 



57 

13,500 
38 
51 

78 
10 



526 
80 



10 
13-20 



25 
25 



200 
200 



10 
6-12 



5 
10-15 



50-300 

10 

250 

75 



100 



Total. 



$1.'),000 



2, .500 



25,000 



5,000 



3,930 



25,000 



120 
9,400 



1,700 
3,250 



10,000 
'9,' 500 



4.j,000 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



Deceml>er. 
February. 

Do. 
January. 

February. 



January. 

Do. 
March. 
January. 



I January, 
June. 

January. 



Do. 
February, 



January. 

June. 
February. 

January. 



December. 
Do. 



January. 



February. 



January. 



Jime. 

Septembec 
January. 

October. 
May. 



June. 
March. 



18 COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

CLASSIFIED LIST— Continued. 



Name. 



COAL — continued. 

Illinois & Wisconsin Retail Coal Dealers' 
Association. • 

National Coal Association 

National Retail Coal Merchants' Asso- 
ciation. 

New England Coal Dealers' Associntlon . . 

NOTthwcstcm TrafTic & Service Bureau. . 

Southern Appolachian Coal Operators' 
Association. 

Southwestern Interstate Coal Operatw^' 
Association. 

Western Coal Producers' Association 



COMMERCL\L TR.WELERS. 

Millinery Traveling Men's National Asso- 
ciation. 

National Piano Travelers' Association 

National Shoe Travelers' -\ssociation 

Northwestern Lnra^xr, S;\sh & Door 
Traveling Salesmen's .Vssociation. 

Southwestern Commercial Men's Asso* 
ciati(m. 

CONTECnONERT, FLAVORING EXTRACTS, 
ETC. 

American Spice Trade .Association 

Association of Ice Cream Supply Men 

Cocoa & Chocolate .Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation of the United States. 

Flavoring Extract Manufcicturers' Asso- 
ciation ofthe U, S. A. 

National Association of Chewing Gum 
Manulacturers & Allied Trades. 

National Association of Ice Creaip Manu- 
facturers. 

National Confectioners' Association of 
the United States. 

Nati(»al Manulacturers of Soda Water 
Flavors. 

New England Manufacturing Conlec- 
tiooers' Association. 

COOPERAGE. 

Associated Cooperage Industries of 
America. 

DRUGGISTS, ETC. 

American Drug Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

American Medical Trade Association 

American Pharmaceutical Association... 

Manufacturing Perfumers' Association 
ofthe United States. 

National Association of Retail Druggists. . 

National Dnxg Trade Conference 

National Wholesale Druggists' Associa- 
tion. 

Proprietary Association of America , 



DRY GOODS. 

Mid- West Dry Goods Associaticm 

National Retail Dry Goods Association. . . 

National Wholesale Dry Goods Associa- 
tion. 

New England Dry Goods Association 

Southern Wholesale Dry Goods Asso- 
ciation* 



Address of secretary. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Chicago, HI. 



Washington, D. C. 
....do 



Boston, Mass 

Minneauolis, Minn. . 
Knoxville, Tenn 

Kansas City, Mo — 

Billings, Mont 



Cincinnati, Ohio 

New York, N.Y.... 

Boston, Mass 

Milwaukee, Wis 

El Paso, Tex 



New York, N. Y. 

do 

do. 



Milwaukee, Wis.. 
New York, N. Y. 

Chicago, HI 

....do 

....do. 

Boston, Mass 



St. Louis, Mo. 



Detroit, Mich. 



900 

2,290 
150 

800 

2,000 
141 

180 

17 



400 

392 

2,300 

150 

30 



120 
50 
56 

163 

40 

350 

858 

38 

53 



406 



Chicago, ni 

Philadelphia, Pa 

New York, N.Y.... 



Chicago, HI , 

Detroit, Mich , 

New York, N.Y.... 



Syracuse, N. Y. 



Indianapolis, Ind.... 
New York, N. Y.... 
Philadelphia, Pa.... 



BostcHi, Mass... 
Richmond, Va. 



56 

275 

3,000 

163 

10,000 

7 

655 

200 



500 
1,013 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



136 
156 



15 

10 
10 

10 



50 

300 

10 

25 

25 

lOnSO 

25-35 

50 



300 

15-15 

5 

35^50 



20-50 
100 



10 
60-125 



Total. 



19,000 
20,000 



1,200 

6, MX) 

300 



4,000 
""560 
4,075 
1,000 
5,000 
27,470 
1,900 



30,000 



16,800 

6,000 

30,000 

6,850 

30,000 



20,000 



1,360 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



June. 

May. 

Do. 

January. 
February. 

June. 

January. 

Jane. 

Fcbnary. 

July. 

February. 

.\prU. 



May. 

Da 

Do. 
June. 
October. 
May. 

September. 
May. 



April. 

June. 
August. 



September. 
November. 



June. 
February. 



January. 
ApriU 



•r 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES, 

INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

CLASSIFIED IiIST-.Contlnued. 



19 



Name. 



ENGINEERS. 

American A ssociation of E ngineers 

American Institute of Consulting Engi- 
neers. 

American Institute of Electrical Engi- 
neers, 

American In.stituto of Mining & Metal- 
lurgical Engineers. 

American Society of Ci\'il Engineer? 

American Society of Heating &■ Ventilat- 
ing Engineers. 

American Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers. 

American Society of Refrigerating Engi- 
neers, 

American Society of Sanitary Engineering 

Association of iron & Steel Electrical 
Engineers. 

Engineering Council 

niumimiting Engineering Society 

National Association of Stationar>' Engi- 
neers. 

New England Association of Commercial 
Ennneers. 

KewEngland Association of Gas Engi- 
neers. 

Pacific Northwest Society of Enjiineers. 

Society of Automotive Engineers 

Society of Indust rial f^ncineers 

Society or Naval .irchltecis & Marine 
Engineers. 

United Engineering Soeiety 

Western Society ot Engineers 



KNGRAVEBS. 

American Photo-En'^Tavers' Association. 

NationuLVssociatiouof Employing Lithog- 
raphers. 

National Association of Steel & Copper 
Plate Engravers. 

Northwestern Photo-Engravers' Asso- 
ciation. 

FINANCE, CREDIT, AND ACCOUNTING. 



Am^io&n Bankers' Association 

American Institute of Accountants 

American Institute of Actuaries 

Investment Bankers' Association of 
America. 

Moulding & Picture Frame Manufac- 
turers" Creilii liureau. 

National Association of Credit Men 

Nat lonal Association oi Mercantile Agen- 
cies. 

Northwestern Credit Association 

' Tile Manufaciurers'Credit Association. . 

Trl-Staie Association of Credit Men 

Tri-State Credit <fc Adjustment Bureau.. 

Western l^eal Tobacco Merchants' Credit 
Association. 
, Yam Credit Association 



tOBEION TRADE ORGANIZATIONS. 

■ American Asiatic Association 

American Chamber of Commerce for the 
f Levant, 

American-Roumanian Chamber of Com- 
I mcrce. 

^ American-Russian Chamber of Commerce, 
' Argentiuo-Amorican Chamber of Com- 
' merce. 

Chile- American Association 

'.Chinese Chamber of Commerce 



Address of secretary. 



Chicago, m 

New York, N. Y 

....do 



,do. 



..do 

..do..-. 



.do., 
.do- 



Columbus, Ohio.. 
New York, N. Y. 



....do 

....do 

Chicago, III. 



Boston, Mass. 
....do 



Seattle, Wash.... 
New York, N.Y. 

Chicago, III 

New York, N.Y. 



do 

Chicago, III. 



Cliicago, ni 

Rochester, N. Y. 

New York, N. Y. 

Portland, Oreg. . . 



New York, N.Y... 

do 

Indianapolis, Ind . . 
Chicago, 111 



Indianapolis, Ind. . . 

New York, N.Y... 
Youngstown, Oliio. 

Seattle, Wash 

Beaver Falls, Pa 

El Paso, Tex 

Huntington, W. Va 
Milwaukee, Wis. 



New York, N.Y... 



do 

Washington, D. C. 



New York, N. Y. 

do..... 

do 



.do. 



San Francisco, Calif, 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



5,550 



10,379 
7,349 

9,180 

878 

11,000 

500 

200 
1,000 

5 

1,300 

22,000 

250 

250 

250 
4,500 

375 
1,500 

10,000 
1,200 



300 
135 

160 

13 



19,770 

1,112 

153 

600 

60 

28,650 
150 

600 
16 
73 

104 
32 

12 



17,000 



184 



15 
334 



Annual Income. 



Rate. 



$10 



20-20 
10-12 
10-25 



10-15 

15 

5 
7.50-10 



5-10 



5-15 
25 
10 



12-36 
56 



10-50 

5-10 

50-150 

100 



5-25 
15-120 



25-100 

60-150 

100 

25 



3-10 
10 



10-1,000 
25 



Total. 



1100,000 



11,231 
300,000 



14,000 
16,000 



4,000 
1,150 



9,000 



23,000 



12,000 
30,<J00 

2,300 

750 



340,000 
30,000 



40,000 

6,000 

90,000 
1,600 

7,000 



6. .000 
1,600 

300 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



16,510 



20,000 
6 5,000 



ApriL 

May. 

February. 

Jannary. 
Do. 

December, 

Do. 

September. 
Do. 

February. 

OctolKjr. 

September, 

July. 

February. 

Januarv. 

Do. 
Oc toller. 
November. 

January. 

June. 
May. 

July. 

Do. 



September 
Do. 

October. 

Do. 

June. 
August. 

April. 

December, 

January. 
December. 

January. 



October. 
January. 



Do. 
Do. 



Fetonary, 



I 



.■\ 



20 COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATS, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Contmued. 

CLASSIFIED LIST— Continued. 



Name. 



FOREIGN TRADE ORGANIZATIONS.— CoB. 

French Chamber of Commerce of New 
York. 

Holland- American Chamber of Commerce 

Italian Chamber of Commerce in Chicago 

Italian Chamber of Commerce in New 
York. 

Italian Chamber of Commerce in San 
Francisco. 

Japanese Association of Arizona 

Japanese Association of Los Angeles 

Japanese Chamber of Commerce 

Norwesiian-American Chamber of Com- 
merce. 

Pan American Chamber of Commerce. . . 

Portupuese Chamber of Commerce & In- 
dustry of New York. 

Swedish Chamber of Commerce of the 
U. S. A. 

United North American Japanese Asso- 
ciation. 

FEtniS, ETC. 

American Cranberry Exchiinjre 

American Cranberry Growers' Associa- 
tion. 

American Fruit & Vegetable Shippers' 
Association. 

International Apple Shipi)ers' Asso- 
ciation. 

National Onion Association 

Northern Potato Traffic Association 

Northwestern Fruit Jobbers' Association. 

Potato Association of America 

Western Fruit Jobbers' Association of 
America. 

FUR. 



Address of secretary. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



New York, N.Y. 



San Francisco, Calif. 

Chicago, 111 , 

New York, N.Y... 

San Francisco, Calif. 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Los Angeles, Calif. . 
San Francisco, Calif. 
New York, N.Y... 



-do. 
.do. 



....do 

Seattle, Wash. 



New York, N.Y... 
Toms River, N. J . . 



American Fur Dealers' Association 

Associated Fur Manufacturers 

Hatters' Fur Cutters' Asso<'iation of the 
United Slates. 

FURNITURE. 

Associated Office Fumittxre Manufactur- 
ers. 

Atlantic Chairmakers' Association 

Central Bureau of (Extension Dining 
Table Manufacturers. 

Five States Furniture Dealers' Associa- 
tion. 

Tnierslate Furniture Dealers' Association 

Nat ional Alliance of Case Goods Associa- 
tions. 

National Association of Chair Manufac- 
turers. 

National Association of Upholstered 
Furniture Nfanufacturers. 

National Cotmcil of Furniture Associa- 
tions. 

National Outdoor Fumitiu-e Manufac- 
turers' Association. 

Northwest Retail Furniture Dealers' 
Association. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers* As- 
sociation. 

Southern Retail Furniture Association. 

GAS AND ELECTRiaTY. 



Chicago, 111 

Rochester, N. Y. . . 

Kenton, Ohio 

Minneapolis, Minn . 

do 

Denver, Colo 



New York, N.Y... 

do 

do 



Grand Rapids, Mich. 



Gardner, Mass. 
Chicago, lll.>.. 



Parker, S. Dak. 



Chicago. Ill 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 



American Gas Association 

Ass'M'iated Manufacturers of Electrical 
Supplies. 

1 Address of commlssloiMr. 



Chicago, 111 

do i... 

do 

Greensbiu-g, Pa 

Portland, Oreg 

High Point, N. C. . 
Charlottes\ille,Va, 



New York, N.Y... . 
do 



410 
300 
461 

250 

300 

2,000 

200 

500 

180 
35 

768 

14 



400 
100 

325 

670 

58 

40 

20 

1,500 

465 



150 

200 

11 



23 

25 
68 

115 

4,000 
150 

72 

65 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$4-10 

20 

12-50 

17 

5 



12-60 
15-25 

50 
25 

25 



10 

10 

25 

10 

2 



50 125 

65-200 

50 



500 



15 
100 
120 
276 



1,640 
200 



5 
25-250 



50-200 



35 



50-150 
5-15 



100 



Total. 



S3, 700 



16,000 
6,000 
5,000 



6.500 
9.500 



875 

12,820 

8,000 



200 



680 
10,000 



10.000 

28,000 

550 



8,000 



6,000 
150 



12,000 

20,000 

6,000 



525 



10,000 
2,000 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



February. 
January. 
Do. 

March. 

January. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



May. 

March. 



April. 
January. 

February. 

Anirust. 

July. 
June. 
February. 

February. 



December. 

January. 

October. 



November. 

October. 
Do. 

Marcfa. 



Do. 
November. 
April. 

Da 

August. 

November. 

June. 



October. 
Maich. 



V 



> 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTERNATIONAL— Continued. 

CLASSIFIED LIST— Continued. 



21 



Name. 



GAS AND ELECTEICITT— continued. 

Compressed Gas Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Electric Power Club 

Electrical Manufacturers' Club 

Gas Products Association 

International Acetylene Association 

International Association of Municipal 
Electricians. 

National Association of Electrical Con- 
tractors & Dealers. 

National Electric Ligh* Association 

National Gas Appliance Manufacturers'. 
Exchange. 

Natural (Jus Association of America 

Society for Electrical Development 

Southwestern Electrical & Gas Associa- 
tion. 

Western Association of Electrical In- 
spectors. 

GENERAL TRADE ORGANIZATIOXS. 

American Exporters' «fe Importers* Asso- 
ciation. 

American Manufacliu-ers' Export Asso- 
ciation. 

Chamlier of Commerce of the United 
States of America. 

Manufacturers «t Deilers' .Vssociation — 

Manufacturers & Importers' Association 
of America. 

National Association of Mnnufacturers 
of the United States of America. 

National Foreign Trade Council 

Philadelphia Commercial Museum 

Southern Commercial Congress 



Address of secretary. 



New York, N. Y. 

Chicago, ni 

Hartford, Conn.. 

Chicaeo, 111 

New York. N.Y. 
Houston, Tex — 



New York, N.Y. . 



.do 
.do 



Pittsburgh, Pa 

New York, N.Y... 
Dallas, Tex 



Chicago, 111, 



New York, N.Y. . 

do 

Washington, D. C. 



Chicago, 111. 
do 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Annual income 



Rate. Total. 



126 

170 

130 

44 

63 

220 

1.63S 

10,000 
23 

1,548 

1,000 

220 

190 



82 

1,100 

6,739 

1,500 
75 



$10-300 

15-50 
10 



5-100 
6-10 

5-250 



New York, N.Y... . 4,500 



GLASS AND GLASSWARE. 

American Association of Flint & Lime 
(flass Manufacturers. 

Glass Container Association 

National Association of Cut Glass Manu- 
facturers. 

National Association of Manufacturers 
of Pressed & Blown Glassware. 

National Association of Window Glass 
Manufaturers. 

National Uottle Manufacturers' .\ssocia- 
tion. 

National Ornamental Glass Manufac- 
turers' Association of the Uni;ed 
States and Canada. 

Plate Glass Manufacturers of America. . . 

GROCERS. 

Executive Association of Wholesale Gro- 
cers ol New En'-'land. 

Iowa-Nebraska Wholesale Grocers' Asso- 
tion. 

Missouri- Kansas Wholesale Grocers' As- 
sociat ion. 

National Association of Retail Grocers 
of the United States. 

National Wholesale Grocers' Association 
of the United States. 

pAnnsylvania, New Jersey & Delaware 
Wturfesale Grocers' Association. 

Southern Wholesale Grocers' Association 

Utah-Idaho Wholesale Grocers' Associa- 
tion. 



....do 75 

Philadelphia, Pa. . . .| 1.500 
Washington, D, C, 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Bridgeton, N. J. 
Jermyn, Pa 



Pittsburgh, Pa. . . 

do 

Wheeling, W.Va. 
St. Louis, Mo 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Boston, Mass 

Council BluflS; Iowa 

Kansas City, Mo .... 

Denver, Colo 

New York, N.Y... 

Philadelphia, Pa. . . 

Jackson \'ille, Fla j 

Salt Lake aty, Utah. 



51 

70 
27 

65 

78 
75 
66 

9 

92 

62 

75 

40,000 

1,300 

151 

1,573 
17 



150 



76 

50 

25 

10 
100 

50 



10 
10 
10 



30^0 



$6,500 
5.525 



2.000 



13,680 
25,000 



5,000 
290 



6,150 

55,000 

750.000 

15.000 
7,500 



120,000 



5,800 



8,000 



8,000 
2,450 



12.000 



50,000 

7,000 

40,000 



Date of 

annual 

meeting , 



January. 

Do. 
Do. 

September. 

July. 

September. 

May. 
Do. 
Do. 

January. 



January. 
October. 



March. 
August. 

May. 



Do. 
Deceml.er. 



July. 

November. 

March. 

June. 

July. 

June. 



October. 

April. 

Do. 

May. 

June. 

March. 

May. 
Ai»ril. 



I 



22 COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTERNATIONAL— Continued. 

CLASSIFIED UST— Continuwl. 



Name. 



Address of secretary. 



HARDWARE. 

American Hardware Manufacturers* As- 
sociation 

American Iron. Steel & Heavy Hard- 
ware Association. 

Hardware Association of the CaroUnas. 

National Hardware Association of the 
United States. 

National Retail Hardware As"5or»lation . 

New England Hardware Dealers' Asso- 
ciation. 

New England Iron & Hardware Associa- 
tion. ' „ ^ 

Pennsylvania A: Atlantic Seaboard Hard- 
ware Association. 

Southeastern Hardware A. Implement 
Association. 

Southern Hardware Jobbers' Association 

HIGHWAYS. 

Dixie OvOT-Land Highway Association. 

ICE. 

Eastnn Tee Manufacturers' Association.. 

Natiu-al Ice Association of America 

Southern Ice Exchange 

Southwestern Ice Manufcicturers' Asso- 
ciation. 
Western Ice Manufeicturers' Association . . 

IMPLEMENTS AND VEHICLES. 

Carriage Builders' National Association 

Eastern Retail Implement & Vehicle 
Dealers' Association. 

Mid-West Implement Dealers' Associa- 
tion. 

National Federation of Retail Imple- 
ment & Vehicle Dealers' Association. 

National Implement «fe Vehicle Associa- 
tion of the United States of America. 

New England Implement Dealers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Northwest Tractor Trade Association — 

Trailer Manufacturers' Associaiion of 
America. 

Vehicle Iveasnie 

"Western Retail Implement, Vehicle & 
Hardware Association. 

JEWELERS. 

American National Retail Jewelers' As- 

Manu fact urinu Jewelers' Board of Trade. . 
National Associaiion of Manufacturing 

National Jewelers' Board of Trade 

National Wholesale Jewelors' Association. 
New England Manufacturing Jewelers & 
Silversmiths' Association. 

LEATHEB AND IT3 MANUFVCTTBES. 

Associated Manufacturers of Saddlery 
Accessories. 

Leatl or lieltin'? Exchange 

Middle States Shoe Wholesalers' Associa- 
tion. 

National Association of Importers of 
Hides & Skins. 

National Association of Leather Belting 
Manufacturers. 

National Boot & Shoe Manufacturers' 
Associatioo. 



New York, N.Y. 
do 



Charlotte. N. C... 
rhiiaOelpbia, Pa. 

Anjos, Tnd 

Boston, Mass 



....do 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Atlanta, Ga 

Richmond, Va. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



512 
296 
32S 



S35 

40-75 



Total. 



|1K,000 



Columbus, Ga... 



New York, N.Y... . 

....do 

Selma, Ala 

Temple, Tex 



Kansas City, Mo.. 

Mount Vernon, N. Y 
Wood bourne, Pa. . . 

Council Blufrs,Iowa. 

Abilene, Kans 

Chicago, m 

Natick, Mass 



15,000 
618 

100 
1,000 
1,100 

135 

4,000 



200 
240 
150 
200 

287 



400 
150 

400 

18 



5.50 

25-50 

6 

7.50 

100 

5-500 



10 

15 
10 
10 

7.50-25 



10 
5 



. . 



Min neap<rfis , Minn , 
Cincinnati, Ohio . . . 

Charlotte. N. C... 
Abilene, Kans..... 



Neenah, Wis. 



Providence, R. X... 
do 



New York, N.Y... . 
Philadelphia, Pa. . . 
Providence, R.I... 



Syracuse, N. Y 



Philadelphia. Pa. 
New York, N. Y. 

-...do 



....do. 

Rochester, N.Y. 



30 
17 

30 
1,800 



3,800 

365 
60 



952 



90 

39 
60 

145 

50 

357 



50 

100 



2 

100 



100 



25-200 
50 
25 
25 



5,500 

6,000 

20,000 

13,500 

10,000 

2,000 



1,500 
2,000 



3,000 
3,000 



375 
1,500 



9,000 



10,000 



100,490 



18,000 
4,000 

7,260 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



35,000 



November. 
May. 

July. 

June. 

Do. 
February. 
May. 



June. 



November. 

February. 
November. 

Do. 



November. 

Do. 
October. 

Do. 

February. 

Do. 
December. 

January. 



August. 
January. 

Do. 
October. 

Jime. 

September. 
OctolMsr. 

December. 

November. 

January. 



i ' 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 23 

INTSBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTEENATIONAL— Continued. 

CLASSIFIED LIST— Continued. 



Name. 



Address of secretary. 



LEATHER AND ITS MANUFACTURES.— COn. 

National Harness Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

National Leather & Shoe Finders' Asso- 
ciation. 

National Saddlery Manuf^turers' As- 
sociation. 

National Shoe Retailers' Association of 
the United States of America. 

National Shoe Wholesalers' Association. 

New England Shoe & Leather Associa- 
tion. 

New England Shoe Wholesalers' Assoda-, 
tioa. , . 

Southern Shoe Wholesalers' .\ssociation 

Tanners' Council of the United States of 
America. 

WestemAssociation of Shoe Wholesalers. 

Wholesale Saddlery Association of the 
United States. 

LIVE STOCK. 

American National Live Slock Associa- 

tMU. 

LXmBEK ANT) FTS MANUFACTURES. 

American Forestry Association 

American Hardwood Manufacturers' 

A cc/v^j ft f 1 ATI 

American Walnut Manufoctiuws' Asso- 
ciation. . , 

American Wood-Preservers' As'^ociation. 

Association of Creosotmg Companies of 
the Pacific Coast. 

As-sodated Wooden Ware Manufacttn^rs 

Association of American Wood Pulp Im- 
porters. . ,, . ^ 

Automotive Wood Wheel Manufactur- 
ers' Association. 

Eastern Sliook & Wooden Box Manu- 
facturers' Association. 

Eastern States Retail Lumber Dealers' 
Association. 

Eastern Woodworkers' Cost Information 
Service. 

Georgia- Florida Saw Mill Association — 

Hemlock Manufacturers' Promotion 
Bureau. 

Hickory Products Association 

Lumber Carriers Association of the Great 

Lumber* Manufacturers' Association of 
Southern New England. 

Maple Flooring Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

Momtain States Lumber Dealers' Asso- 
ciation. 

National Association of Box Manufac- 
turers. , , 

National Bureau of Wholesale Lumber 
Distributors. 

National Hardwood Lumber Association 

National Lumber Exporters' Association 

National Lumber Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. _ , 

National Retail Lumber Dealers' Asso- 
ciation. .„ , ^ 

National Veneer & Panel Manufeicturers' 
Association. , ..^ , , 

Naiional Wholesale Lumber Dealers' 
As.sociation. _ , 

New England Yellow Pine Dealers' As- 
sociation. 

North Carolina Pine Association 



Cincinnati, Ohio. 
St. Louis, Mo... 

Chicago, HI 

Danville, ni 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



Chicago, HI.. 
Boston, Mass. 

do 



Charleston, S.C.... 
New Ywrk, N. Y... 



Chicago. HI. 
...do..... 



Denver, Colo. 



Washington. D. C. 
Memphis, Tenn . . . 



New York, N.Y... 

Baltimore. Md 

Seattle, Wash 



Chicago, HI 

New York, N.Y... 



Chicago, HI 

Boston. Mass 

New Haven, Conn. . 

New York, N.Y... 

Jacksonville. Fla. . . 
Oshkosh, Wis 



Chicago. HI . . . 
Detroit, Mich. 



Ansonia.C<mn 

Chica«;o, m 

Denver, Colo 

Chicago, HI 

Washington, D. C. 



Chicago, HI 

Baltimore, Md 

Chicago, 111 



Detrcat, Mich 

Indianapolis, Ind . . . 
New York, N.Y... . 
Providence, R. I.... 
Norfolk, Va 



3,500 

351 

53 

1,000 

250 
300 

22 

57 
250 

108 
134 



1,075 



14,000 
325 

20 

301 
5 

23 
17 

13 

126 

5 

66 

174 
37 

9 
40 

80 

28 

260 

250 

375 

1,042 
99 
12 

500 



450 
10 
90 



SI 
20-«0 
35-70 
5-100 



Total. 



25 

50 

25-75 
50 



60 



10 



3 

50 

25 
10 



25 
100 
10 
25 
25 



100 

25-50 
100 



10-250 
25 

50-100 
10 
10 



$5,000 
9,100 
3,000 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



8,000 

1,200 

2,850 
125,000 



7,000 



35,000 



January. 

Jiuie. 

January. 

Do. 
Do. 

December. 

July. 
October. 

Do. 

Jime. 



5,000 



5,880 
425 



January. 



Do. 



1.260 



20,000 
4,000 



400 



5,600 

45,000 

37,500 

14,700 
11,000 



2,000 

42,500 

100 



Do. 
Do. 



February. 
January. 

Do. 
March. 
February. 

May. 

January. 

September. 
January. 

September . 

January. 

Do. 

April. 

May. 

Jime. 
January. 

September. 

« 
December. 

March. 

August. 

March. 



24 COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTKBNATIONAL— Continued. 

CUlSSIUBD UST— Continued. 






Name. 



Addrem of secretary 



LTJMBEE AND ITS MANUTACTURES.— COn. 



North Carolina Pine Box & Shook Manu- 
facturers' Association. 

Northern Hemlock & Hardwood Manu- 
facturers' Association. 

Nwthern Pine Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. , 

Northern White Cedar Association do. 

Northwestern Hardwood Ijumbermen's , do 

Nortlmestem Lumbermen's Association ..... .do. . . . . 

Oak Flooring Manufacturers' Associa- j Chicago, 111 
tion. 



Baltimwe, Md 

Oshkosh, Wis 

MmneapoUs, Minn > 



Num- 
ber oi 
mem- 
bers. 



Pacific Coast Shippers' Association 

Pacific Lumber Inspection l^nreau 

Pacific Northwe5;t L(>s;Kers' Bureau 

Southern Hardwootl Traffic Association . 

Southeastern Box Manufactiu-ers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Southern Cypress Manufacturers* Asso- 
ciation. 

Southern Lo?r»in? Association 

Southern Pine Association 

Southern Sash, Poor vV Millw«rk Manu- 
facturers' Association. 

Southwestern Lumbermen's Association 

Spruce Bureau. 



Seattle, Wash... 

do 

do 

Memphis, Tenn . 
Atlanta, Ga 



Union Association of Lumber, Sash & 
Door Salesmen. 

West Coast Lum' mermen's Association. .. 

Western Pine Manufacturers' Associar 
tion. 

Western Rei Cedar Association. 

Western Retail Lumbermen's Associa- 
tion. 

White Cedar Shingle Manufacturers' 
Associat ion. 

White Pino Bureau 

Wholesale Door &. Sash Association 



New Orleans, La. . 

do ' 

Atlanta, Oa 



43 

88 

16 

40 
17 

2,900 
35 

85 
167 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$13 



75 
10 

10 



ToUl. 



Date of 
annual 
meeting. 



130,000 



Kansas City. Mo — 
North Portland, 

Oreg. 
Toledo, Ohia 



Seattle, Wash.. 
Portland, Oreg. 



Spokane, Wash. 
. — do 



120 



MACHINERY. 



Oshkosh, Wis. 



St. Paul, Minn. 
Chicago, Itl 



American lioiler Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

American Gear Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

American Supply * Machinery Manu- 
facturers' Association. 

American Washin? Machinery Manu- 
f.^ctu^ers' Association. 

Canning Machinery & Supplies Associa- 
tion. 

Chemical Fire Eneine Exchange 

Concrete Mi-\er Associat ion 

Electric Hoist Manufactiurers' Associa- 
tion. 

Grin ling Wheel Manufacturers' Asso- 
ci-ition of the United States and 
Canada. 

Material Hand' in? Machinery Manu- 
f'-cturers' Assoctii ion. i 

Mo* or & Accessory Munufiacturers' Asso- i do« 

ci.it ion. 

Niitional Boiler A: Radiatw Manufac- 
turers' Association. 

N: ,t ional Gas Engine Association 

Nt^'ional Machine Tool Builders' Asso- 
ciation. ^ ^ , 

National Supply & Machinery Dealers' 
Association. 

New England Association of Boiler 
Manufacturers. 

» Ad Jress of president. 



Brooklyn, N. Y... 
Philadelphia, Pa., 
New York, N.Y.. 

Chicago, HI , 

Cadi/, Ohio. 



Cleveland, Ohio.... 

Chicago, 111 

New York, N.Y... 



Dayton, Ohio 

New York, N.Y. . 



Geneva, N. Y. 



Chicago, HI 

Worcester, Mass 



350 
20 

39 

300 

235 

90 

1,800 
38 

450 

300 
63 

12 
1,200 

26 

18 
54 



90 
127 
266 

78 

165 

8 
16 
11 

37 

34 
350 

38 

311 
308 



25 

10 

16^266 

10 



170 
39,000 



35 
16 



2,000 

"s.'wo 

18,000 



1,500 
75,666 



aoo 

18,000 
1,500 



30 
10-50 
37.50 



25 

50 

150 



4,000 
10,000 
16,000 

8,500 

3,600 
10,000 



February. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 
December. 

January. 
Februaiy. 

January. 
February. 

January. 

May. 

October. 

February. 

November. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 
February. 

January. 
February. 

January. 
Decemlier 

June. 

April. 

May. 

January. 

Do. 

December 

January. 

April. 



50-250 



25,000 



PhUadelphia, Pa.... 
East BoRton, Mass... 



21 



5-50 
26 



10 



7,500 



190 



January. 
Do. 



Jime. 
November. 



March. 



> Address of general mana:;er. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 25 

INTSBSTATS, NATIONAL, AND INTEKNATIONAL— Continued. 

CLASSIFIED LIST— Continued. 



Name. 



MACHiKERY— continued. 

Printing Press Manufacturers' Assoclar 

tion. 

Rimgc Boiler Exchange • 

Rt^frigerating Machinery Manufectiuers 

Association. 
Bouthem Supply & Machinery Dealers' 

Association. 
8t(Aer Manufacturers' Association 



Address of secretary. 



New York, N. Y. 
.do. 



Num- 
ber of 
memo 
bers. 



IfETALS. 

American Board of Scrap Iron Dealers. . . 

American Foun<lrymcn's Association 

American Malleai>le Castings A.ssociar 
tion. 

American Institute of Lead Maoufao- 
turers. 

American Iron & Steel Institute 

American Zinc Institute 

Architectiu-al Iron & Bronze Manufac- 
turers. 

Associated Metal T>ath Manufacturers — 

Association of American Steel Manu- 
facturers. 

Brass & Copper Statistical Exchange — 

Foundry Equipment Manufacturers' 
Association. 

Institute of Metals 

National Association of Brass Manufac- 
turers. 
• Address of commissioner. 

Nat ional As.sociat ion of Ornamental Iron 
ii Bronze Manufacturers. 

National .V^ social ion of Sheet Metal Con- 
tractors of th ' United States. 

National Assori.il ion of Sheet & Tin 
Plate Manufacturers. 

National Founders' Association 

National Metal Trades As.sociation 

Pressed Metal Association 



Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Richmond, Va.. 
Worcester, Mass. 



Philadelphia, Pa... 

Chicago, 111 

Cleveland, Ohio 



New York, N.Y... 



.do. 
.do., 
.da 



Youngst own, Ohio . 
Pittsburgh Pa. 



New York, N.Y. . 
Cleveland, Ohio. . . 



Mansfield, Ohio. 
Chicago, 111.' 



Cincinnati, Ohio. . . 
Philadelphia, Pe^... 
Pittsburgh, Pa 



Fheet Metal Hub 

Southern M»tal Trades Associati(m 

Structural Meel Society 

Tta Importers' Association 

United .Metal Trades Association of the 
Pacific Coiist. 

Mn.K. 

Intemationvl ^ti!k Dealers' Association. 

M idwest Milk Manufacturers 

National Dairy Council 

National Diary Union 

Piwrific Northwest Milk Dealers' Asso- 
ciation. 

KILLERS. 

Amcricp.n Corn MiMers' Federation 

Association of Ojx'rative Millers 

Association of Profes.sional Millers 

Millers' Nat ional Federal ion 

Nat ion \1 Association of White Com 
Mil'ers. 

Rjfx; Millers' A'^soci'itjon 

Southeastern Millers' Association 



Chicago, ni 

Cleveland, Ohio^ 



Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Atlanta, Ga 

Chicago, 111 

New York, N.Y. . 
Portland, Oreg 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

Chicago, 111 

do 

Catawis.sa, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 



Chicago, 111 

Kansas Cftj', Mo. 

Seattle, Wash 

Chicago, 111 

Louisville, Ky . . . 



Southwestern Millers' League. 



MILLINEET. 



Ea'^tem Mil 'inery Association 

Millinery Chaml«r of Cx)mmerce of the 
United St..tcs 

Millinery JoMxjrs' Association 

Retail Millinery Association of America. . 

» Address of commissioner 



Beaimiont, Tex.. 
Nashville, Tenn. . 



Kansas City, Mo.. 



New York, N.Y. . 
do , 



Chicago, 111 

New York, N. Y. 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



Total. 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



8 

9 

38 

144 
42 



191 

1,250 

64 



2,000 

200 

19 

10 
40 

15 
26 

400 
50 



50 

1,500 

30 

650 

»00 

56 



1200 

100 
50 

50 

10-50 



50 
12 



250 

20 
40 



100 
50 

12 



25 
3 



110 
30 
25 

107 



80 
31 



50 

200- 

1,000 



50 
50 



25 
25 



33 



218 



110 

1,450 

13 

40 
64 

250 



25 



6.50 



tl,600 

5,700 
1,800 

7,000 

1,595 



10,000 

66,666 



June. 

May. 
Septcmlier. 

April. 



50,000 



5,000 
10,000 



1,500 

8,500 

50,000 



25,000 
"7,566 



4,500 



15,000 



1,300 



2C0 
203 

58 
900 



210- 
1,200 



May. 

January. 

May. 

Do. 
Do. 
January. 

Do. 

February. 

. Do. 



Do. 
Deceml»er. 



Octol>er. 

June. 

October. 

November. 

April. 

December. 



May. 

Octoljer. 

Novemlier. 



OctoVr. 

August. 

December. 

Do. 



December. 

Do. 
August. 
AprU. 



12,000 
15,000 



100 
25 

50 
5 



29,000 
7,110 



May. 



April. 



December, 
Octo'jer. 



3, 500 February. 



^ 



^ 



26 COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATX, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

CLASSIFIED LIST— €ontinaed. 



Name. 



MINES AND QUABRIE8. 



Address of secretary. 



American Mining Congress 

Chamber of Mines & Oil 

International Cut Stone Contractors & 
Quarrymen's Association. 

International Monumental Granite Pro- 
ducers' Association. 

Mining & Metallurgical Society of 
America. 

National Agricultural Limestone Asso- 
ciation. ^ , 

National Association of Marble Dealers . 

National Building Granite Quarries As- 
ciation. 

National Crushed Stone Association 

National Retail Monument Dealers' 
Association of America. 

Northwest Mining Association 

Southern Kaolin Miners' Association. . . 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Abrasive Paper & Cloth Manufacturers' 
Exchange. 

American Acceptance Coimcil 

American Agricultural Association 

American Association of Creamery 
Butter Manufacturers. 

American Association of Refrigeration . . . 

American Association of Wholesale Hat- 
ters. 

American Association of Wholesale Opti- 
cians. 

American Cane Growers' Association — 

American Carbon & Ribbon Exchange . . 

American Civic Association. 

American Egyptian Cotton Exchange . . . 

American Fair Trade Ix>ague 

' American Feed Manufacturers' Associa- 
t ion. 

American Incubator Manufacturers' As- 
sociation. 

American Industrial Licensed Lenders' 
Association. 

American Inst itute of Architects 

American Manufacturers' Association of 
Protluctsfrom Corn. 

American Meat Packers' Association 

American Metric Association 

American Numismatic Association 

American Peat Society 

American Pocket Knife Industry 

American Protective Tarill League 

A merican Seed Trade Association 

Americdn Shovel Institute 

American bot'ieiy of Equity 

American Societ v of Sales E xect it ivcs 

American Societv for Testing Materuls. . 

American Specialty Manufacturers Asso- 
ciation. 

American Statistical .\ssociati(»i 

American Tack Manufacturers' ^Associa- 
tion. 

American Wool Improvement -Associa- 
tion. 

Asphalt Association 

Association of Limb Manufacturers of 
America. 

Association of Manufacturers of Pyroxy- 
lin Compoiuids. 

Assov^iation ol Manufacturers of Window 
►"- hades & Shade Clot h . 

Automotive Equipment Association 

Barbers Supply Dealers' Association of 
America. 



Washington, D. C. 
Los Angeles, Calif, 
Chicago, IlL 



Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y, 

Columbus, Ohio.. 

Cleveland. Ohio. , 
Boston, Mass 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Annual income. 



Columbus, Ohio. 
La Fayette, Ind. 

Spokane, Wash. 
Mac(m, Ga 



New York, N.Y.... 



Wa.shington, D. C. 
Chicago, IlL 



f'O 

Fulton, Mo. 

New York, N.Y.. 

New Orleans, La.. 
New York , N. Y. 
Washington, D. C. 

Tempe, Arit 

New York, N.Y.. 
MUwaukee, Wis... 



Lincoln, Nebr... 
Harrisburg, Pa.. 



4,000 
700 
215 

375 

315 

6 

90 
15 

25 
1,000 

250 
10 



7 
154 



Rate. 



$25 

5 

25 



Total. 



10 



Boston, Mass. 
Chicago, Dl... 



New York, N.Y. 
do 



Springfield, Mass. 
New York, N. Y., 
Rochester, N.Y. , 
New York, N.Y. 
Cleveland, Ohio.. 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Madison, Wis 

New York, N.Y. . 
Philadelphia, Pa . 
New York, N.Y.. 



..do. 
..do. 



Rawlins, Wyo. 



New York, N.Y... 
Washington, D. C. 

New York, N.Y... 

do 



100 

400 
76 

107 

200 

15 

2,100 

87 

1,200 

180 

12 

300 

1,500 
10 

300 
500 
550 
200 
30 
. 816 
240 



6 
100 



100 
100 



110,000 



10 



5-200 
10-100 

1-100 
37-150 



90 
20 



Chicago, 111 

New VorkjN.Y 



50,000 

50 

2,412 

141 

800 
15 

600 

25 

58 

4 

15 

414 

210 



25-200 

2-1') 

2J 

5 

GO 

100 

25 



15 

50-500 



100 
25 



5-15 



100 



5,000 

8,000 
1,000 



10,000 



23,000 

4,000 
3,500 



6,000 



45,000 
17,000 

1,200 

3,000 



10,000 
3,727 



1,000 



44,631 
6,000 



100,000 



40,000 
23,800 

8,000 



1,450 



Date of 
annual 
meeting' 



January. 
Do. 

September. 

January. 



November. 
January. 

February. 
August. 

February. 
May. 



March. 

December. 

February, 

Do. 

Do. 

May. 
January. 
October. 
May. 
June. 
Do. 

September. 

January. 

September. 

December. 

Ai'Rust. 

Hcptember. 

May. 

January. 

June. 

October. 

December. 

Jime. 
October. 

December. 
March. 

January. 

April. 
October. 

April. 

January. 

October. 



CX>MM£BCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATIU NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

CnLASSniEI) LJST-Continued. 



27 



Name. 



Address of secretary. 



MI9CELLANKO OS — Continued . 

Biscuit it Cracker Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation of the United States. 

Casket Manufacturers' Association of 
America. 

Central Supply Association 

Clay Products \sso<'iation 

Compressed Air Society 

Cotton States Merchants' Association — 

Curtain Manufacturers' Association of 
.\merica. 

Dental Manufacturers' Club of the United 
States. 

Eastern Soda Water Bottlers' Associa- 
ti(m. 

Eastern Supplv Association 

Elevator luniifacturers' Associatiott of 
the United States. 

Emery & Corundum Importers & Manu- 
fivcturers' Association. 

Enameled Sanitary Ware Manufacturers' 
Association. 

Federated Merchants' Association, 

Fire Clay I'roduccrs' Exchange 

Fire Extinguisher Ex( hange 

Grain Dealers' National Association 

Greeting Card Association 

Horn tt Celluloid Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Hydraulic Society 

Insecticide & Disinfectant Manufac- 
turers' Association. 

Institute of .\merican Meat Packers 

International Stamp Manufacturers' 
Association. 

Inventors' League of the Umte<l States. . . 

Laundry owners' National Association — 

League of the Southwest 

Linen Supply .Vssociation of America 

Live Poultry & Dairy Shippers' Traffic 
Associatioh. 

Magnesia Association of .\merica 

Merchants' Legislative League 

Meter Manufacturers' Exf hange 

Mississipj)i \' alley Association 

Missouri- Kansas-Oklahoma Hotelmen's 
Assor^iation. 

Music Industries Chamber of Commerce 
of America. 

Mutual Associati<» of Mercantile Ad- 
justers. 

National Association of .Vdvertising 
Specialty Manufacturers. 

National Associati<m of Baby Vehicle 
Manufwturers. 

National Association of Bedding Manu- 
f ftc tiiTors 

National Assodation of Brokers of Re- 
fined Sugar. 

National Association of Building Own- 
ers & Managers. 

NatiomU .\ssociation of Button Manu- 
facturers. 

National Association of Chewing Gum 
Manufacturers A Allied Trades. 

National Association of Collapsible Tube 
ManufBuiturers. 

National Association of Decorative Arts 
Industries. ^ 

National Association of Dyers A Cleaners . 

National Association of Egg Case & Egg 
Case Fiiier Manufacturers. 

National Association of Engine & Boat 
Manufacturers. 

National Association of Glue & Gelatine 
Manufacturers. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



New York, N.Y... 
Cincinnati, Ohio — 



Chicago, 111 

do 

New York, N. Y 
Memphis. Tenn . 
New York, N.Y. 



Chicago, in.i - 
Boston, Mass. 



New York, N.Y. 
Chicago, HI 



Philadelphia, Pa 

Pittsburgh, Pa 



New York, N.Y.. 
Cleveland, Ohio.. 

do 

Toledo, Ohio 

New York, N.Y.. 
Leominster, Mass. 



New York, N.Y. 
do 



Chicago, 111 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 



New York, N.Y. 

La Salle, m 

SanDiepo.CaUf. 

Chicago, 111 

do 



Philadelphia, Pa... 

Utica.N.Y 

New York, N.Y..-. 
New Orleans, La... 
Kansas City, Mo.... 



100 
137 
225 

is 

10,000 
20 

32 

600 

269 
32 

24 

15 

15,182 
16 
15 
1,532 
32 
20 

28 
40 

173 
200 

200 

1,500 

95 

150 

300 

4 

6,000 

7 



New York, N.Y 

Detroit, Mich 

Chicago, 111 

Elkhart, Ind 

Chicago, 111 

New York, N.Y... . 

Omaha, Nebr 

New York, N.Y... 

....do 

Chester, Pa 

New Rochelle, N.Y 

Terre Haute, Ind. . . 
Altamont, 111 



New York, N.Y. 
do 



350 

9 

215 

145 

21 

200 

300 

400 

18 

40 

8 

200 

900 
22 

151 

23 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



Total. 



$5 



200 

"io 
"26 



12 

50 
50 

2.5 



10 
25 
25 
15 
250 



10 
25-50 



S6,000 
40,000 



15,000 
400 



7,200 
13,450 



350 



151,820 

3,600 
13,000 
35,000 
50,000 



2,000 



5-150 

5-10 

3-15 

25 

10 

120 

500 

2 

100 

10-100 

5-40 

100 

2.50 

40-60 

50 

25-100 

5 

10 



40,000 
2,500 
1,000 



3,000 



25 
25 
5-25 
16.67-50 



25-50 



6,000 
8,000 



4,000 



1,000 
200 



7,000 



1 Address of business manager. 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



October. 

Da 
November. 
December, 
August. 
September. 

March. 

November. 

October. 
Da 

June. 

May. 

January. 

March. 

September. 

October. 

May. 

January. 

December. 
Do. 

September. 
Jime. 

Decembw. 
October. 

AprU. 



February. 

January. 

September. 

April. 

November. 



June. 

September. 
June. 
January. 

Do. 
June. 

Do. 

Da 

Da 

January. 
September. 

February. 

October. 



-4 



M 



28 COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

CXtASSIFIED UST— Contini^. 



Name. 



Address of secretary . 



loscE ( LANEOus — continued. 

National Association of Macaroni & 
Noodle Manufacturers of America. 

Natitmal Association of Mens Straw Hat 
Manufacturers of America, 

National Association of Music Merchants 

National Association of Trinting Ink 
Makers. 

National Association of Purchasing 

National Association of Talking Machine j 

Jobbers. 

National Association of Waste Material 
Dealers. 

National Automatic Sprinkler Associa- 
tion. 

National Basket & Fruit Package Manu- 
facturers' Association. 

National Hoard of Farm Organizations. . . 

National Board of Fire I nderwTiters, 

National Bottlers' Association 

National Broom Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

National Gi\ic Fcxieration - - - 

National rominercial l-ixture Manufac- 
turers' Association. 

National Commissary Managers' Associa- 
tion. ^ - , 

National Committee of the Confederated 

Supply Association. 

National Conference of State Manufac- 
turers' .\ssociation. 

National District Heating Association. . . . 

National Federation of Remedial Loan 
.\sso^'iations. 

National Fertilizer .\ssociation 

National Fire I'rotection .Association 

National (Jinners' .Vssociation 

National Ilay .Association 

National Industrial Conicrence Board — 

National 1 ndustrial Traflic League 

National Ladder Manufacture^' Associa- 
tion- 
National League of Commission Mer- 
chants of the United States. 

National Mineral Water & Beverage As- 
sociation. 

National Municipal League 

National Ono-Cent Letter Postage Asso- 
ciation. 

National Pickle Packers'.\ssociation. . . . 

National Preijervers' & Fruit I'roducts 
Association. 

National Refrigerator Manufacturers' As- 
sociation. 

National Retail Monument Dealers* As- 
sociation of Amerif a. 

National Slag Association 

National Warm Air Ueating & Ventilat- 
ing Assorialion. 

National \\ holesale Floor Covering Asso- 



Springfield, lU. . 

New York, N.Y. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
New York, N.Y. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



....do 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

New York, N.Y... 

do 

Indianapolis, Ind. . . 



Washington, D. C... 
New York, N.Y. »... 

Chicago, 111 



New York, N.Y.«... 
Grand Rapids, Mich 



Chicago, 111 

New York, N.Y 
Chicago, 111 



Greenville, Ohio. 
Detroit, Mich 



75 

17 

1,059 
40 

2,300 

220 

6 

113 



Annual Income. 



Rate. 



$25 

50 

5-10 



2 

25-100 
100 



Total. 



156 
60 
75 



111 



10 



Philadelphia, Pa... 

Boston, Mass 

Memphis, Tenn 

Winchester, Ind — 

Boston, Mass 

Chicago, 111 

do 



New York, N.Y. 
do 



Philadelphia Pa. 
Cleveland, Ohio. . 



Chicago, 111... 
Baltimore, Md. 



Chicago, Ul 

La Fayette, Ind 



Cleveland, Ohio. 
Columbus, Ohio. 



398 
36 

240 
3,200 



25 



25 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
New York, N.Y. , 
Chicago, 111 



Salt Lake City, Utah 
Boston, Mass 



ciation. , . 

National Wliolesale Men's Furmshings 
.\ssociation. 

National Woman's Association of Com- 
merce. , , 

National Wool Growers' Association 

New England Association of Dyers & 

Cleaners. 

New England Hotel Association ^ 

Northwest Clay Associiition i Minneapolis, Minn . 

Northwestern Hotel Men's Association. . Omaha, >.ebr... 
Ocean Pearl Button Manufacturers' ■ Philadelphia, Fa 

Association. ' 

1 Address of general manager. 



1,520 

23 

600 

20 

450 

32 

2,421 
40,000 

110 
50 

19 

1,000 

12 
85 



10 



50 
6 



10 
25^i66 



50 

50 

5-100 



10 
100 

250 



Northampton, Mass. 



112 

5,000 

20,000 
50 

215 
75 

450 
10 



150 



1-5 



5-12 

2 

5-10 

50 



$1,875 

850 

0,515 
18,000 

4,600 

7,800 

22,000 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



6,000 
10,000 



9,700 



5,950 



4,500 
700 

12,000 
20,000 



17,500 



22,500 



June. 

March. 

February. 
Hay. 

September. 



March. 

January. 

September. 

August. 
February. 
December, 
Do. 

Do. 

August. 
November. 

June. 

Da 
May. 

July. 

November. 

January. 
December. 



19,000 
U),000 



1,100 Janu 



5,000 



10,000 



30.000 
500 



150 

2,000 

500 



ary. 
December. 

August. 

Da 

January. 
June. 

Da 

Da 

January. 
Da 

November. 

August. 



s Address of president. 



-f 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

XNTEBSTATS, NATIONAL, AND INTERN ATIONAL— Continued. 

CIASSHTED LIST— Ciontinued. 



29 



Name. 



M18CCLLANE0US— continued. 



Olive Association 

Optical Manufcksturers' Association 

Oyster Growers & Dealers' Association of 
North America. 

Pan American Consular Association of 
Chicago. 

Photographers' As!*oclation of America- . 

Plumbago-Graphite Association 

Retail Research Association, 

Retailers' Commercial Union 

Rice Dealers of the World Association... 

Rocky Mountain Hotel Men's Association 

Rocky Moimtain Traffic Association 

Rope Paper Sack Bureau 

Ruober As-sociation of America 

Salt Producers' A ssociation 

Scale & Balance Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Shoe Lace Manufacturers' Exchange 

Shoe Polish Manufacturers' Association 
of America. 

South A tlimtic Supply Association 

Southern Settlement & Development 
Organization. 

Steel Barrel Manufacturers' Association . . 

Store Equipment Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Toy Manufacturers of the United States 
of America. 

Tri-State Country Grain Shippers' Asso- 
ciation. _ . 

Tubular Plumbing Goods & Tank Trim- 
ming Manufacturers' .\ssociation. 

Turpentine & Rosin Producers' Associa- 
tion. 

United States Gold Leaf Manufacturers' 
^\ ssocidtion 

United States Potash Producers' Asso- 
ciation. 

United States Potters' .Vssociation 



.\ddress of secretary. 



New York, N.Y... 
Providence, R. I . . . 
Washington, D. C. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



21 
14 

200 



Chicago, ni 



Cleveland, Ohio. ^ - - - 
New York, N.Y... . 

do 

Grand Citv, Mo 

New York, N.Y... . 

Denver, Colo 

Salt Lake aty,Utah 

Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y.... 

Detroit, Mich 

New York, N.Y... . 

Providence, R. I — 
Charleston, W. Va- . 

Savannah, Ga.* 

Baltimore, Md 



Detroit, Mich... 
New York, N. Y. 



United States Sugar Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

United States Trade-Mark Association . . . 

United Upholsterj' Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciati(»i. 

Utah-Idaho Grain Exchange 

Western Association of Rolled Steel Con- 
sumers. 

Western Grain Dealers' Association 

Western Mairnesite Association 

Woman's C"hamlK>r of Commerce 

World's Salesmanship Congress 



.do 



MOnON nCTUBES. 

National .Association of the Motion Pic- 
ture Industry. 

MOTOR VEHICLES AND SUPPLIES. 

American -Vutomobile Association 

National Automobile Chamber of Com- 
miTce. 

National Automobile Dealers' Associa- 
tion. 

NEWSPAPERS AND PRINTINO. 

Amdgamated Lithographers of America. 

American Newspaper Publishers' Asso- 
ciation. 

International Circulation Managers' 
Association. 



Minneapolis, Minn.. 

New York, N.Y... . 

New Orieans, La — 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Washington, D. C... 

East Liverpool, 

Ohio. 
Washington, D. C... 

New York, N.Y... . 
Philadelphia, Pa.... 

Salt Lake City, Utah 
Chicago, m 



Des Moines, Iowa. . . 
San Francisco, Calif. 
New Orieans, La.. 
Detrwt, Mich.i 



2,400 
21 
20 

700 
40 

125 

130 
9 

675 
18 
21 

17 
20 

52 
194 

21 
12 

110 

125 

11 



$10 



Total. 



50 



5-50 

200 

50 



100 
10 



1,000 
20-30 

100 

5 

100 



40 
25 

S4 

34 

400 
12 

22 
800 

500 
62 



50 

25-50 

50 

20 
24 

50 



New York, N.Y... 



Torrington, Conn. 
New York, N.Y. ... 

St. Louis, Mo u 



New York, N.Y. 
do 



Peoria, HI. 



16,000 



145 



225,000 
118 

5,000 



5,846 
494 

425 



12 
50 



2-250 



3-5 
5 

10-15 



5-250 



Date of 

annual 

meetii^. 



$210 



1,000 



8,186 



1,500 
10,000 



2,000 



21,000 
240 

12,000 

700 

7,500 



250 



6,700 
6,000 



May. 

January. 

May. 

January, 

July. 
February. 

Do. 
Decemba. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 
February. 
January. 

Do. 
December. 



Do. 

Do. 
September. 

December. 



March. 
January. 
Do. 

December. 

February. 

January. 
December. 

July. 



12.5,000 



AprU. 



Da 
Da 



.\ugust. 



50,000 



70,000 



June. 



July. 
ApriL 

June. 



^ Address of president. 



* Addr^s of director. 



y 



\ 



;( 



I] 



30 COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTERSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTERNATIONAL— Continued. 

CLASSIFIED UST-^Continued. 



Name. 



Address of secretary. 



NEWSPAPERS AND PBINTINO — COU. 



National Editorial Association. 



New England Business Papers Associa- 
tion. 

Periodical Publishers' .\ssociation of 
America. 

United Typothetae of America 



OIL. 

American Olive Oil Importers' Assoeia 
tion. 

American Petroleum Institute 

American Petroleum League 

Independent Oil Men's Association 

National Petroleum Association 

Western Petroleum Refiners' Association 

Interstate Cottonseed Crushers' Associa- 
tion. 

Linseed Association 



PAINT, OIL, AND VARNISH. 

Institute of Dry Color Manufacturers 

Institute of Lithoponc Manufacturers — 

National Association of Paint Jobbers . . . 

National Paint, Oil & Varnish Associa- 
tion. 

National Varnish Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Paint Manufacturers' Association of the 
United States. 

Paint & Oil Club of New England 

United States Shellac Importers' Associ- 
ation. 

PAPER AND STATIONERY. 

American Paper & Pulp Association 

Asbestos Paper Manulucturcrs' Associa- 
tion. 

Baltimore & Southern Paper Trade Asso- 
ciation. 

Book Paper Manufacturers' Association.. 

Box Board Manufacturers' Association. 

Bureau of Envelope Manufacturers of 
America. 

Container Club 

Cover Paper Manufacturers' Association 

Eastern Paperboard Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Folding Box Manufacturers' National 
Assocmtion. 

Glazed & Fancy Paper Manufacturers' 
Association. 

Isabel Manufacturers' Association 

National Association of Corrugated Fiber 
Box Manufacturers. ^ 

National Association of stationers & 
Manufacturers. 

National Paper Box Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

National Paper Trade AssociatiMi of the 
United States. 

New England Paper Merchants' Associa- 
tion. 

New England Paper & Pulp Traffic Asso- 
ciation. 

News-Print Service Bureau 

Northwestern Paper Merchants' Associa- 
tion. 

Pacific Northwest Stationers' Association 

Pulp Manufacturers' Association 

gtationers & Publishers' Board of Trade 

^j;>echnical Association of tlie Pulp 6i Pa* 
per Industiy. 



Wessington Springs, 

8. Dak. 
Boston, Mass 



New York, N.Y.. 
Chicago, III 



New York, N. Y, 
.do. 



Chicago, 111 

do 

Cleveland, Ohio. . 
Kansas City, Mo. 
DaUas, Tex 



New York, N. Y. 



New York, N. Y. 

do 

Chid^o, 111 

New York, N. Y. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
....do 



Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y. 



New York. N.Y... 
Philadeiptiia, Pa... 



Baltimore, Md. 



New York, N. Y... 
Washington, D. C. 
New York, N.Y... 

Chicago, HI 

New York, N. Y... 
Washington, D. C. 

New York, N.Y... 
do 



do 

Chicago, 111. 



New York, N.Y... 
Philadelphia, Pa... 
New York, N.Y... 
Boston, Mass 

» • • • • uO ■ •■ • ■••••*•••■ 

New York, N.Y... 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Seattle, Wash 

New York, N. Y... 

do 

do 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



4,500 
22 
27 

2,700 

83 

1,400 

250 

290 

64 

70 

1,000 

48 



14 

t 

80 

1,000 

91 

128 

ao2 

2S 



875 
7 

28 



65 
30 

22 

16 
25 

67 

19 

32 
61 

1,100 

400 

355 

33 

30 

30 
11 

75 



Annual income. 



Rate. Total. 



12 

2-3 

400 

5 

25 

25 



25 



20 
25 



30 
10 

25-100 

25-100 

S 
100 



2o0 
75 



100 
100 



no 

435 



100 
fiO 
50 



15 



50 
20 



12 



5-10 



82,500 

86 

10,800 

84,000 

2,075 
45,000 



7,000 



25,000 



10,000 
4,700 
6,000 



8,000 



10,000 



8,000 
20,UUU 



20,000 

17,750 

660 

25,000 



900 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



June. 
January. 
June. 
September. 

April. 



March. 

October. 

September. 

April. 

May. 

December. 



January. 
December. 
Februarj'. 
September. 



Da 

Da 

February. 



April. 
February. 

September. 



Da 
June. 

Novembtf. 

Da 
February. 

Da 

October. 
July. 

October. 

May. 

February. 

November. 

January. 

February. 



July. 
February 
Da 



f 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

INTSKSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

CItASSIFIED UST— Continned. 



31 



N«me. 



PAPER AND STATIONERY— continued. 

Tissue Paper Manufacturers' Association 

Vegetable Parchment Manufacturers' 
Association. 

Wall Paper Manufacturers' Association 
of the U.S. 

Waterproof Wrapping Paper Manufac- 
turers' Association. 

Waxed Paper Manufacturers' .Association 

Western Paper Box Mmubcturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Wholesale Stationers' Association of the 
U.S.A. 

Wrapping Paper Manufacturers' Service 
Bureau. 

Writing Paper Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

' PIANOS, 

National Association of Piano Bench & 
Stool Manufacturers. 

National Piano Mauufactiuers' Associa- 
tion of America. 

PIPE, PIPE nTTINGS, ETC. 

American Concrete Pipe Association 

Eastern Soil Pipe .\ssociation. 



National Pipe & Supplies Association 

Pipe Fittings & \'aive Exchange 



Vitrified Pipe Manufacturers' Association 

POULTRY, ETC. 

American Poultry Association , 

National Poultry, Butter d!: £gg Associa- 
tion. 

RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES. 

Association of Manufacturers of Chilled 
Car Wheels. 

American Railway Engineering Associa- 
tion. 

Association of Railway Supply Men 

National Association of Rauw^y & Utili- 
ties Commissioners. 

National Railway Appliances Association 

Railway Business Association 

Railway Car Manufacturers' Association. 

Railway Supply Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

REAL ESTATE. 

Interstate Realty Association of the Pa- 

cilic Northwest. 
National Association of Real Estate 

Boards. 

RIVERS AND HARBORS. 

Amraican Association of Port Authori- 
ties. 

Atlantic Deeper Waterways Association. 

MiiisLssippi to AU'Uilic Iniaud Waten^ay 
Association. 

National Rivers & Harbors Congress 

Ohio Valley Improvement Association. . 



Address of secretary. 



New York, N.Y... . 
Philadelphia, Pa.... 

New York, N.Y... . 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

New York, N.Y... . 

Des Mdnes, Iowa. . . 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

New York, N.Y... . 

do 



Chicago, 111 1. 
do 



Chicago, 111 

Brooklyn N. Y.. 
PittsbiuT?h, Pa... 
New York, N. Y. 
Iron dale, Ohio... 



Fort Wayne, Ind... 
Chicago, 111 



Chicago, 111 
...do 



New York, N.Y... 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Chicago, 111 

New York, N. Y. 
do 

Pittsburgh, Pa... 



Portland, Oreg 

Minneapolis, Minn. . 

Jersey City, N. J 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Columbus, Ga 



Washington, D.C.. 
Cincinnati, Ohio . . . 



44 
6 

32 

7 

19 

194 

73 



43 

12 
125 



100 
12 

258 
21 
18 



7,500 
1,000 



25 

1,450 

100 
50 

216 

358 

20 

5,000 



1,010 
164 



88 

1,500 
1,000 



1,000 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



175 

50 

50 

100- 

1,000 

25 

25 



90 



50-500 



75 
250 

100 



10 



25 

10 

25 
25 

25 
100 
200 

25 



5 
25-50 

5-50 

5-100 
5-25 

5-100 



A Address of commissioner. 



Total. 



S450 

3,000 

350 

10,000 



2,750 



5,000 
6,250 



a), 000 

37,540 

3,000 
1,250 



33,000 
4,000 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



5,920 
10,000 

900 
10,000 



30,000 



February. 

January. 

April. 

February. 

January. 

May. 

Da 

December. 
February. 

Eebmary. 

May. 

March 

April. 



August. 
October. 



October. 
March. 

November. 

March. 
December. 
Febniary. 
June. 



June. 

November. 
Do. 

December. 



'1 



32 



COMMERCIAX. ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



33 



; 



INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL. AND INTESNATIONAL— Continued. 

CLAS^inSD LIST— Continued. 



Name. 



SHIPS AND SHIPPING. 

American Shipmasters' Association of 

the Pacific Coast. 

American Steamship Association 

Association of Northwest em Shipbuilders 
Atlantic Coast Shipbuilders' Association. 
International Ship Masters' Association 

of Cireat I-.akes. 
National Marine League of the United 

States. 
Ship Masters' Association of the U . 8. A . . 
Shipowners' Association of the Pacific 

Coast. 

SPIRITS, WINES, ETC. 

Americaj Wine Growers' Association 

National Retail Liquor Dealers' Associa- 
tion of the U. S. A. 

Northwestern Brewers' Traffic Man- 
agers' Association. 

United States Brewers' Association 



STOVES. 

Central Association of Stove Manufactur- 
ers. 

National Association of Stove Manufac- 
ttirers. 

New En^'and Stove Manufacturers' 
Association. 

TEA AND COFFEE. 

Cotlee drowers' Association 

National Coffee Roasters' Association 

Tea Association of the Cnitwl States...., 



TEXTILES AND CLOTHING. 

American Association of Woolen <b 
Worsted Manufacturers. 

American Cotton Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

American Cotton Waste Exchange 

Aniorican Lace Manuiacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

American Men's <t Boys' Clothing Man- 
uiacturers' A.ssociation. 

Ashestos TextileMuuufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

Associated Dress Industries of America. 

Associatioji of Shirt Manufacturers 

Athletic I nderwear & Nightwear Manu- 
facturers. 

Clothing Manufacturers' Industrial Ex- 
change. 

Coated Textile Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

Corset Manufacturers' Association of the 
United States. 

Cotton Yarn Merchants' Association 

Dry Saturating Felt Manufacturers' As- 
sociation. 

Fine Cotton Goods Exchange 

International Association of Garment 
Maniifacturers. 

Knit Cioods Manufacturers of America.., 

Manufactr ers' Textile Association 

Middle States Textile Manufacturers' 
Association. 

National Association of Clothiers 

National Associaiion of Cotton Manufac- 
turers. 

National Association of Finishers of Cot- 
ton Fabrics. 



Address of secretary. 



San Francisco, Calif 

New York, N.Y... 

Seattle, Wash 

New York. N.Y... 
Chicago, lU 



New York, N.Y... . 

Seattle, Wash 

San Francisco, Calif. 



New York, N.Y... 
Chicago, 111 



Minneapolis, Minn. 
New York, N.Y... 



Columbus, Ohio. 

Troy, N.Y 

Boston, Mass 



New York, N. Y 

....do.. 

do 



New York, N.Y. 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Boston. Mass 

Providence, R. I. 

NewYorkiN.Y. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

New York, N.Y. 

do 

do 



.do. 
.do. 



....do 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
New York, N.Y. 



.do. 
.do. 



Utica, N. Y 

Worcester, Mass. 
CanneUon, Ind.. 



New York, N.Y. 
Boston, Mass..... 



New York, N.Y... 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Annual income. 



270 



13 

85 

1,000 

9,200 

260 
56 



134 
28,973 

6 

700 



41 

112 

14 



700 

237 

00 



204 

1,025 

250 
13 

133 

9 

250 

■*"2i 

135 



Rate. 



$15-27 



3 

3 

10-18 



10 



25 
25-50 



50-300 



50-100 



50 

36 
20 

26 
550 

105 
80 
22 

300 
1,000 

65 



100-750 

250 

100 

100^500 

20 



10 



100 
10-30 

50-500 
10 
10 



10-20 
250 



ToUl. 



$5,000 



6,000 

85,000 

4,800 
10,000 



3,000 



1,500 



2,4U0 

20,000 
26,000 
10,000 



33,000 



600 



40,000 



360 
4,Uoo 



4U,U)0 



8U0 
110 

19,000 
50,000 

16,250 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



March. 



Iffty. 

Do. 

January. 

Mardu 

December. 

September* 



February. 
May. 



Do. 



December. 



Do. 



November. 
January. 



December. 

May. 

Do. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 

Da 

April. 
May. 

January. 



February. 

December. 
S^tember. 

December. 
Mi^. 

Do 
January. 
July. 

Decembor. 



January. 



> 



r 



INTEBSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTEBNATIONAL— Continued. 

CLASSIFIED LIST— Continued. 



Name. 



TEXTILKS AND CLOTHINO— Continued. 

National Association of Hosiery & Un- 
derwear Manufacturers. 

National Association of Men's Neckwear 
Manu^tivers. 

National Association of Shirt Manufac- 
turers. 

National Association of Sweater & Knit- 
ted Textile Industry. 

National Association of Wool Fiber 
Manubcturers. 

National Association of Wool Manufttc- 
turers. 

National Association of Worsted & 
Woolen Spinners. 

National Cloak, Suit & Skirt Manufac- 
turers' Association. 

National Garment Retailers' Association. 

National Wholesale Taiors' Association. . 

National Woolens & Trimmings Asso- 
ciation. 

New Enf^and Lace Manufacturers' As- 
sociation. 

Silk Association of America 

Silk Dyers' Mutual Protective Associa- 
tion of America. 

Southern Spinners' Association 

Textile Alliance 

Textile CoIot Card Association of the 
I nited States. 

United W^aist League of America 



Address of secretary. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
New York, N. Y. 
....do 



....do 

Boston, Mass. 
....do 



New York, N. Y. 
Cleveland, Ohio.. 



New York. N.Y. 

Chicago, 111 

Boston, Mass 



Providence, R. I. 

New York. N. Y. 
Paterson, N. J.... 



York.S. C 

New York, N.Y. 
do 



.do. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



850 
35 
26 

280 
28 



08 
23 



TOBACCO AND aOAKS. 

Cigar Manufacttirers' Association of 

America. 
Independent Tobacco Manufacturers' 

Association of the I nited States. 
National Cigar Leaf Tobacco Association. 
Tobacco Association of the United States. 
Tobacco Merdiants' Association of the 

United States. 
Western Association of Retail Cigar 

Dealers. 

WABEHOUSES. 

American Chain of Warehouses 

American Warehousemen's Association. 



New York, N.Y.... 
Covington, Ky 



Lancaster. Pa 

W inston-Salem, N .C . 
New York, N. Y.... 



Seattle, Wash. 



New York, N.Y..., 
Pittsburgh, Pa , 



29 
59 



448 
20 

185 

9 

320 

250 



50 

25 

225 
200 
514 

500 



110 
227 



$50 

100 

25 



25 



300 

100 
100 
100 



50 
25 



25 
100-200 



Total. 



$3,500 

650 

2,860 

700 



6,800 



50,000 
"8,585 



22,400 
500 

3,500 



22,000 
40,000 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



May. 

Da 

Do. 
Jtme. 

February. 
May. 



August. 

February. 

January. 

Do. 

March. 
January. 

February. 

Do. 

Do. 



10 


500 


25-50 


1,100 


25 
15 


5,625 

2,000 
20,000 


2 


1,000 


50-300 
25 


10,000 
5,675 



February. 

May. 
June. 



February. 



December. 
Do. 



STATS AND TEBSITOBL\L. 



ALABAMA. 

Alabama Cotton Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

Alabama Cotton Seed Crushers' Associa- 
tion. 

Alabama Merchants' Association 

Alabama Pharmaceutical .Vssociation 

Alabama Retail Clothiers' Association. . . 

West Alabama Pine Manufacturers' As- 
sociation. 

ARIZONA. 



Association of Arizona Mining Men . . . 
Arizona Cotton Growers' Association. 

Arizona Merchants' Association 

Chamber of Commerce and Mines 



Pell City, Ala.. 
Pratt^ille, Ala. 



Birmingham. Ala. 
Tuscaloosa, Ala . . . 
Birmingham. Ala.. 
Tuscaloosa, Ala . . . 



Phoenix, Ariz. 

do 

do 

Douglas, Ariz. 



42 
125 


$10 


$650 
1,500 


500 
22 
85 

61 

1,300 

465 

160 


2 
12 




264 












8,000 



May. 



June. 

September. 

Jime. 



October. 



148759°— 20- 



P4 



c 



I 



34 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 
STATE AND TEKEITORIAL— Continued. 



l^ame. 



Address of secretary. 



Kitm- 
herol 
mem- 
bers. 



ARKANSAS. 

Arkansas Association of Lnmher Dcfvlers . Little Rock, Ark. . . 

Arkansas Cottonseed Crushers' Associa- do.. 

tion. 

Arkansas Retail Hardware AssnciatUMi d«.. 

Arkansas Soft 1 *ine Buroau do. . 



Arkansas Wholesale Grocers * Associatiot!. 
Southeastern Arkansas Development 
Bureau. 

CALIFOR^^A. 

Auto Accessories Credit Assoc in tion 

Cahuenga Valley Lemon Association 

California Almond flrowors' Exchange. . 

Califernia Associated 01i\ e Growers 

California Automobile Trade Association . 

California Bankers' AssooiaUon 

California Canners' League 

California Citrus League 

California Ci\ ir League 

California Oeamery Operators' Awocjfr- 

tiOD. 

California Development Board 

California Foundrymen's Association 

California Fruit (Trowers' Exchange 

California Growers' Association 

California Lima Bean Growers' Associa- 
tion. 

California Manufacturers' Associatiffli 

California Material Scalers' Association. . 
California Metal lYoducers' Association. . 
California Minors' Association 
California Olive Associalioii... 



Fort Smith, Ark. 
Dermott, Ark 



San Francisco, Calif. 
Los Angeles. Calif. . . 
San Francisco, Calif. 
Strathmore, Cahf.... 

Oakland, Calif 

San Francisco, Calif, 
do. 



Los Angele>s, Calif. . . 

Berkeley, Calif 

8aa Francisco, Oilif. 



do 

do 

Los Angeles, Calif . 

Hemet. Calif 

Camarilk), Calif — 



Pan Francisco, Calif 

do 

do. 



100 
02 

U5 
12 
75 

125 



31 

79 

2,fi00 

135 

2,700 

700 

42 



.Vnnual income. 



Rate. 



$10 
10-15 



25 
25 



130 
'i-7 



6 



2,735 

aoo 



California Peach Growers 

California Phannaceutical A.ssociation . . . 

California Prime A: Apricot (irowers 

California Redwood Association 

California Retail L>ry (ioods Association . . 

Caiiiomia Retail Grocers & Merchauts' 
Association. 

Cahforma State Association of Elocttical 
Contractors & Dealers. 

California State Brewers' Agsociatian 

California Walnut Growers' Association. . 

California White & Sugar I'ine Manu- 
facturers' Association. 

California Wholesale < irooers' Association 

China Commerce Club of < "all forma 

Commonwealth Club of California 

Dried Fruit Association of California 

Engineers i Architects' Associatiou ol 
Southern Cali forma. 

Eucalyptus ilaidwood Asso iation of 
« 'aiifonua. 

Granite Maau^turcrs' ^V^ssocuation of 
Califoniia. 

Home Industry League of California 

Independent I'etroleum Marketers' Asso- 
ciation of Caiiiomia. 

Independent Retail Cigar Dealerb' Asso- 
ciation of Southern California. 

Los Angeles-Southern California Retail 
Druggists' Association. 

Luml>er Association of Califomia 

Nortiiem Cali iomia Counties .Association . 

Redwowi Shingle Association 

Retail liutchers Association of Southern 
California. 

Saramento Valley Development Asso- 
ciation. 

Fan Joaquin Valley Lumbermen's C*nb. 

Southern Califorma Electrical Coatrac- 
tors& Dealers. 

Southern California Mill Owners' Associa- 
tion. 

Southern Califomia RetailGrocers' Asso- 
ciation. 



Korth San Diego, 
Calif. 

Fresno, Calif 

Los .\ngeles, Calif. . . 

San Jose, Calif. 

Ben Francisco, Calif. 

do. 



.do. 



. . . . .do..... .......... 

Los .\ngeles, Calif. . . 
San ]<rancisco, Calif. 

do 



.do. 

do 

do 

Lo6 Angeles, Calif. . 



do. 

Coima, CaliL. 



San Francisco. Calif. 
Los Angeles, Calif. . . 

do. 



.do. 



San Francisce|. Caiif . 

Redding, Calif 

Eureka, ^alif 

Los Angeles, Calif. . . 



Sacramento, Calif. 



Fresno, Calif 

Los Angeles, Calif. . . 



.do., 
.do.. 



40 

10,318 

5 

700 

1,000 

75 

50 

500 

17 

6,500 

1,100 

7,000 

16 

155 

lOU 

150 

31 

36 
JO 

30 

58 

3,195 

24 

305 

30 
80 

500 

19 

75 

450 

14 
600 

20 

200 



100 
1 



90 

lO-o 



30 



1-3.50 



5 
3 

H) 



100-2tO 

20-lUO 

12 

10-100 

2^ 



66 

80 

30 
650 



50 

90 
180-300 

5 

5-13 



1 



50 



Total. 



S2,500 
4,000 

8,000 



1,875 



S,785 



12,000 



5,000 



6,500 



1,200 

510 



2,000 



775 



5,000 

4,074 

22,499 

13,5H5 



400 

15,000 

4,H00 

900 
4,500 



9,0J0 
6,000 



1,000 



15,500 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



May. 



Do. 

April. 
November. 



October. 
April. 
September. 
June. 

Da 
January. 

May. 
November. 



Da 

September. 

April. 

July. 

Octobflc 

April. 

June. 

August. 

May. 



June. 

Norember. 

June. 

January. 

April. 

March. 

December. 

Do. 
January. 

May. 

January. 

May. 

February. 

January. 

June. 

May. 

September. 
June. 
May. 

March. 

January. 



April. 



CXJMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



STATE AND TEEEITORIAL— Continued. 



35 



Nflsiie. 



CALIFORNIA— continued. 

Southern Califomia Retail Lumber 

Dealers' Association. 
Southern California Wholesale Grocers' 

Aasociation. 

COLORADO. 



Colorado Fair Rates Association 

Colorado Retail Coal Dealers' Association 

OONNECTICT'T. 

CcHmecticut Brewers' Association 

Connecticut Chamber of Commerce 

Connecticut Creamery .Association .'. 

Connecticut I>airymen's Association 

Connecticut Milk i'roducers' Association 

Connecticut State Typol hetre 

Connecticut Vegetable Growers' Associa- 
tion. 

Consumers' Leagae of Connecticut 

Lumber Dealers' Aasociation of Con- 
necticut. 

Manafactorers' Associatkn of Connecticut 

FLORIDA. 

East C^Mst Chamber of Commerce 

Florida Associatioa of Architects 

Florida Citrus Exchange 

Florida East Coast < irowers' Associatiffli . 
North Florida Cbamber of Commerce. . . . 

OSORGIA. 



of 



Cotton Seed Crushers' .^Vssociation of 

Oeorgia. 
Cotton Manufacturers' Association 

(Jeorgia. 

Georgia Bankers' Association 

Georgia Qiambor of Commeroe 

Georgia Manufacturers' Association. 

Georgia I'harmaceirtical Association 

North Georgia ("ottwi Buyers & Idanu- 

facturers' Associat ion. 
Retail Hardiaots' Ajisociation of Georgia 



RAWAU. 

Hawaiian Pineapple Packers' .\sBOciation 

Hawaii Publicity Commission 

Hawaiian Sugar Planters^ Association. 



lUAIIO. 

Idaho Mining Association. 

ILLINOIS. 



Farmers' Grain Dealers' Association of 
Ilhnois. 

Illinois Association of Ice Cream Manu- 
facturers. 

Hiinc^ BankMv' Association 

Illinois Butter Manufacturers' Improve- 
ment Association. 

Hljnois < oal Operators' Association 

liimois District Traffic League 

Illinois Lumber & Builders' Supply 
Dealers' Association. 

Illinois Manufacturers' Association 

Hlinois Phannaceutical Association 

Ulinois RetailClothiers' Association 

Illinois Retail Hardware Association 

Illinoij Retail Implement A Vehiclo 
Dealers' Association. 

Hlinois Retail Jewelers' Association 



Address of secretary. 



Los Angeles, Calif. 
....do. 



Denver, C<rfo.-. 
LeadviUe, Colo. 



New TIaven, Conn . 

Hartford, Conn 

Manchester, Conn. 

Bristol. Conn 

Wethersfield, Ccmn . 
New Haven, Conn . 
do 



Glastonbury, Conn. 
New Haven, Conn. . 

Hartford, Conn 



Fort Pierce, Fla.. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Tampa, Fla 

Naranja, Fla 

Tallahassee, Fla.. 



Atlanta, Ga. 
do. 



-do... 
.do... 
-do... 
-do... 
.do... 



Honolulu, HawalL. 

do 

-...do 



Mackay, Idaho. 



Bloomingttm, HI. 
Chicago, HI 



.do. 



.do. 



do 

Sterling, 111. 
Chicago, lU. 

do , 



do..... 

Rochelle,llL. 
Elgin, IlL.... 
Vermont, 111. 



Chicago, lU. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



150 
10 



70 
215 



14 
1,200 



600 

1,800 

30 

225 

800 
135 

626 



40 

50 

4,000 

300 

65 



250 

110 

621 

1,000 

2;j0 

500 

48 

2,480 



8 

40 

175 



1«037 

460 

125 

1,820 
50 

120 
300 
708 

2,000 
1,300 

200 
1,340 

2U0 

285 



Annual income. 



Rate. Total. 



S2S 

60-660 



10 



I 



20 

5-50 

&-100 



5 
5 



$3,750 
4,500 





2,500 


25 
2 

1 
5 


30,000 
""1,766' 


5 
1 


150 


io" 


3,300 
2,000 


4 

l-M) 




6 
1 


300 


2 




5 





2,500 
6,000 



10-20 




10 




10-100 
4 


10,000 
1,500 


2.56 




25 




5 
25 


9,000 


1-50 





12,000 

1,900 

2a, 965 







6 
10 


6,000 


50 




2 
10 


2,400 
750 



2,500 
1,500 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



NovMnber. 
October. 



January. 
June. 



October. 

May. 

January. 

Do. 
May. 
January. 

February. 
Dec^nber. 



Joly. 
June. 
July. 
September. 



June. 

May. 

July- 

Septemb^. 

May. 

October. 

July- 



January. 



January. 

February. 

NoN'ember. 

September. 
January. 

Da 

February. 

December. 

June. 

February. 

December 

August. 



36 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 
STATE AND TEBWTOBIAIr— Continued. 



Name. 



ILLINOIS— continued. 



Ulinois Society of Engineers 

Illinois State' Associaticai of Electrical 
Contractors. 

Illinois State Bottlers' Protective Asso- 
ciation. 

Illinois Wholesale Orocers' Association.. 

Laundryowncrs' Association of Illinois.. 

North Western Illinois Lumbermen's 
Club. 

Retail Merchants' Association of TlllnoLs, 

Southern Illinois Millers' Association 

Southern Illinois Retail Lumber Dealers' 
Association. 

INDUKA. 

Indiana Association of Certified Public 
Accountants. 

Indiana Association of Ice Cream Manu- 
facturers. 

Indiana Bankers' As.^ociatian 

Indiana Bituminous Coal Operators' 
Association. 

Indiana Builders' Supply Association. . . 

Indiana Coal Trade Bureau 

Indiana Commercial Secretaries' Asso- 
ciation. 

Indiana Confectioners' Club 

Indiana Crushed Stone .\ssociati<m 

Indiana Drain Tile Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Indiana Egg A Poultry Assodatitm 

Indiana Fruit (Jrowers' Association 

Indiana Grain Dealers' A.ssociatitm 

Indiana Hardwood Lumbermen's Asso- 
ciation. 

Indiana Hotel Men's Association 

Indiana Ice Dealers' Associal ion 

Indiana Limestone Quarrymen's Asso- 
ciation. 

Retail Lumber Dealers' Association of 
Indiana. 

Indiana Manufacturers of Dairy Prod- 
ucts, 

Indiana Millers' Association 

Indiana riiannaceutical Association 

Indiana Poster Advertisers' A.ssociatim . 

Indiana Real Estate Associatiou 

Indiana Retail Cool Merchants' Associa- 
tion. 

Indiana Retail Dry Goods Association. . . 

Indiana Retail Furniture Dealers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Indiana Retail Grocers' Association 

Indiana Retail Hardware Association.... 

Indiana Retail Jewelers' Association 

Indiana Retail Shoe Association 

Indiana Sand & Gravel Producers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Indiana Society of Architects 

Indiana Society of Sanitary Engineers . . . 

Indiana State Ass(x:iutioa of Electrical 
Contractors & Dealers. 

Indiana State Bottlers' Protective Asso- 
ciation. 

Indiana State Chamber of Commerce . . . . 

Indiana Wholesale Grocer's Association.. 

IOWA. 

Central & Northeastern Iowa Lumber 

Association. 
Eastern Iowa Retail Lumbennen's 

Association. 

Greater Iowa Association 

Iowa Banicers' Association 

lowaCanners' Associatioa 



Address of secretary. 



Wheaton.ni. 
Chicago, 111.. 



BloomingtOD, 111 . . . 



Peoria, IlL... 
Genesoo, 111.. 
Rockford, 111. 



East St. Loais, 111.., 

Sparta, 111 

Jonesboro, 111 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
do 



do 

Terre Haute, Ind.. 

South Bend, Ind... 
Terre Haute, Ind.. 
Vinoennes, Ind 



Indianap<dis, Ind. .. 
do 



....do 

LaFaj-ette, Ind.. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
do 



do 

Sullivan, Ind. 
Bedford, Ind. 



Crown Point, Ind . . 
Indianapolis, Ind. . . 



....do 

do 

Frankfort, Ind 

Indianapolis, Ind. . . 
do 



Crawfordsvllle, Ind. 



Greencastle, Ind. . 

Argos, Ind 

Auburn, Ind 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
do 



...do.. 
....do. 
...do. 



.do. 



Indianapolis, Ind. . . 

Cedar Fallw, Iowa. . 
Clinton, Iowa 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
ben. 



Davenport, Iowa.. 
Des Moines, Iowa. 
Grinnell, Iowa.... 



250 
IfiO 

186 

73 

180 

20 

2,000 

SO 

125 



9 

80 

7,200 
94 

350 
44 
30 

20 
20 
48 

425 

40 

389 

120 

156 

100 

16 

400 

125 

150 
550 
80 
500 
900 

138 
75 

1,500 

1,033 

135 

135 

39 

65 

267 
30 

100 

61 
66 



200 



1,400 

1,895 

40 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



14 

10 

18-50 



15-50 
10 

1 
5 

a 



6 

5 
5-12.50 



5-20 
8 



5 
15-30 

10-50 
iO 

1 

4 

4-15 

5 



5 

10 
5-30 



10-100 
5-50 



10-100 



Total. 



$1,7W 
500 

2,000 

1,500 

250 



54 

400 

7,200 



10-50 


7,000 


5 


150 






5 
3-6 


825 
1,525 


6-U 
3 

6 
10 


6,267 
360 


1,000 



4,000 

8,000 

1,586 
1,650 
1,200 
2,500 
15,000 

1,985 



1,000 



750 
1,500 
7,000 



2,670 
350 



36,000 
5,500 



800 



39,000 

20,000 

1,000 



Data Of 
annual 
meeting. 



Janaary. 



DeoemlMr. 

Jnne. 

March. 

July. 

June. 
Do. 

January. 



liV. 



September. 
March. 

Jannarr. 
Do. 
July. 

January. 
Do. 
Jane. 

March. 



Jannary. 

December. 

March. 

Febrnary. 

January. 

December. 



June. 
May. 

April. 

Jane. 
Do. 

July. 

January. 

June. 

J (arch, 
anuary. 

Jane. 

March. 
June. 

December. 

January. 
April. 



February. 
Match. 

May. 

Jane. 
November. 



. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



STATE AND TERBITOBIAI.— Continued. 



37 



Name. 



IOWA— continued. 

Iowa Coal Dealers' Association 

Iowa Coal Operators' Association 

Iowa Implement Dealers' Association — 

Iowa Laundryowncrs' Association 

Iowa Marble & Granite Dealers' Ass<^ 

ciation. 

Towa Pharmaceutical Association 

Iowa Retail Hardware Association 

Iowa Retail Jewelers' Association 

Iowa State Retail Merchants' .Association. 
Iowa Retail Shoe Dealers' Associati<Hi . . . 

Iowa Secretarial Bureau 

Iowa Seed Dealers' Association 

Iowa State Bottlers' Association 

Master Bidlders' Association of the State 

of Iowa. ' 
Northwestern Iowa Retail Lmnbermen's 

Association. 

KANSAS. 

Central Kans;» Retailers' Association.... 

Farmers' Co-Operative Grain Dealers' 
A ssociat ion of Kansas. 

Kansas Egg Shippers' Association 

Kansas (irain Dealers' A.ssociation 

Kansas Pharmaceut ical A.ssociation 

Kansas Retailers' Associat ion 

Kansas Retail Clothiers' Association 

Kansas State Bankers' Association 

Kansas Slate Retail Merchants' Associa- 
tion. 

Southeastern Kansas Association of Com- 
mercial Clubs. 

KENTUCKY. 

Credit Men's Association of NcHthem 
Kentucky. 

Kentucky Bankers* Association 

Kentucky Hardware & Implement 
Dealers' Association. 

Kentucky Institute of Accountants 

Kentucky Manufacturers' Association . . . 

Kentucky Milk Producers' Cooperative 
Association. 

Kentucky Retail Clothiers' .\ssociation. . 

Kentucky Retail Lumber Dealers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Kentucky State Chamber of Commerce. . 

LOUISIANA. 

Independent Oil & Gas Producers' Asso- 
ciation of North Louisiana. 

Louisiana Association of Commercial 
Secretaries. 

Louisiana Bankers' Association 

Louisiana Cotton Seed Crushers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Louisiana Sugar & Rice Exchange 



IIALNE. 

Develop Maine Movement 

Maine Bankers' Association 

Maine C^micrs' Association 

Maine Retail Jewelers' Association 

Maine State Board of Trade 

State Agricultural <& Industrial League.. 

MARYLAND. 

Electrical Contractors of Maryland 

Maryland Association of Colled Public 

Accountants. 

Maryland Bankers' .Association 

Maryland Bottlers' Protective Associar 

lion. 
Maryland Pharmaceutical Association.. . 
Maryland Wholesale G rocers' .Association 
Transportation Club of Maryland 



Address of secretary. 



Marshalltown, Towa. 

Colfax, Iowa 

Hampton, Iowa 

Des Moines, Iowa... 
Monono, Iowa 



Algona, Iowa 

Mason City, Iowa. . 

Ames, Iowa 

Dubu(^ue, Iowa — 

Atlantic, Iowa 

Davenport, Iowa... 
Shenandoah, Iowa. 

Denison, Iowa 

Des Moines, Iowa.. 

Fort Dodge, Iowa. , 



Newton, Kans 

Hutchinson, Kans. 



Newton, Kans 

Topeka, Kans 

Stark, Kans 

Topeka, Kans 

Mc Pherson. Kans . . 
Arkansas City, Kans. 



Pittsburg, Kans. 



Covington, Ky., 

Louisville, Ky . , 
Sturgis, Ky 



Louisville, Ky. 

do 

do 



Paris, Ky 

Louisville, Ky . , 



Lexington, Ky. 

Shreveport, La. 
Oakdale, La 



Baton Rouge, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



.do. 



Waterville. Me... 

Rumford, Me 

Portland, Me 

Presque Isle, Me. 

Bangor, Me 

Portland, Me 



Baltimore, Md. 
....do 



.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



857 

100 

476 

85 



4,500 

1,000 

105 

1,600 

250 

200 

23 

76 

150 

160 



175 
150 

42 
445 

650 

3,000 

115 

750 

1,900 



150 

569 
375 

18 

115 

1,000 

60 
100 



140 

20 

229 
35 

156 



700 

101 

24 

125 

6,500 



18 
30 

227 
29 

350 

15 

125 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



S3-5 
2 
5 

5-25 



10 

6 

13 



12-60 
20 



12 
1 
5 

10 

5 

3-« 



5-^ 
5 

2 

10-100 

2 

6 
10 



50 
7.50 



10-15 
50 



1 

3 

10 

3 



2-100 



12.50 
10 



Total. 



95,000 
600 



4,500 

5,000 

525 

3,000 



500 
3,000 

480 



5,500 
3,000 



1,000 

4,000 

900 

3,750 

12,000 



11,000 
4,000 

36 
4,500 



360 
1,0(J0 



5,000 

150 

4,200 
4,000 

10,000 



250 



375 

500 



225 
300 







2 


800 


10 


150 


10 





Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



December. 

Do. 
Marcli. 
January. 

June. 
February. 

Do 
May. 
March. 
July. 
Jtme. 
February. 
January. 

March. 



January. 
February. 

March. 
Mav. 
Do 

February. 
Da 



August. 

September. 
February. 

June. 

December. 

April. 

June. 
February. 



December. 

April. 

March. 
August. 

November. 



June. 
December. 

September. 
November. 



June. 

Do. 
March. 



II 






:( 



m 



cx)mmer6ial organizations of united states. 

STATS AVD TSBBITOSIAL— Contii&ued. 



Name. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

Associated Industries of Massachuiietts . 

Certified Public Accountants of Kat>sa- 
chusetts. 

Consumers' League of Massachusetts 

Home Furnishers' Association of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce 

Massachusetts Civic Alliance 

Massachusetts Fruit Growers' Associa- 
tion. 

Massachusetts Lumber Dealers' Associa- 
tion. 

Massachusetts Real Estate Exchange 

Massachusetts Retail Grocers A Pro- 
vision Dealers' Association. 

Massachusetts Retail Shoe Merchants' 
A.ssociation. 

Massachusetts State Pharmaceutical 
Association. 

Massachusetts Wholesale Lumber Asso- 
ciation. 

State Board of Labor & Industries 



AddroflB of secretary, 



Boston, Maas.. 

' • • • • VKU« m^ • • • • • « 

....do......... 

....do 



..do......... 

..do 



MICHIGAN. 

Central Michigan Bean Jobbers' & Grow- 
ers' Association. 

League of Jtichigan Municipalities 

Michigan Association of Ice Cream Man- 
ufacturers. 

Michigan Association of Cleaners A Dyers 

Michigan Canners' Association 

Michigan Dairymen's A ssociation 

Michigan Hardwood Manufacturers' As- 
sociation. 

Michigan Hay <fe G rain Association 

Michigan Implement & Vehicle Dealers' 
Association. 

Michigan Laundryawners' Association.. . 

Michigan Manufacturers' Association 

Michigan Milk Producers' Association. . . 

Michigan Poster Advertising Association. 

Michigan Real Estate A ssociation 

Michigan Retail Clothiers' Association. . . 

Michigan RetailCoal Dealers' Associatibn 

Michigan Retail Jewelers' Association. . . . 

Michif:an Retail Hardware Association . . 

Michigan Retail Lumber Dealers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Michigan Retail Monument Dealer's 
Association. 

Michigan Retail Shoe Dealers' Associa- 
tion. 

Michigan Sand & Gravel Producers' 
Association. 

Michigan State Pharmaceutical Associa- 
tion. 

Michigan Wholesale G rocers ' A ssociat ion . 

Michigan Women's Association of Com- 
merce. 

Northeastern Michigan Credit Men's 
Association. 

Northeastern Michigan Development 
Bureau. 

Retail Fumitupe CluT> of Michigan 

Retail Grocers & (Jcneral Merchants' 
Association of Michigan. 

Saginaw Valley Lumber Dealers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Upper Peninsula Development Bureau. . 

Western Michigan Development Bureau 

MINNESOTA. 

Northwestern Granite Manufacturers' 
Association. 

Minnesota Bankers' A ssociation 

Minnesota Canners ' Association 



Marlboro, Mass 

Springfield, Mass.^. 

Boston, Mass. 

South Braintree, 

Mass. 
Boston, Mass 

Worcester, Mass 

Boston, Mass. 

.....d« 



Num- 
bcr of 
mem- 
bers. 



St. Louis, Mich. 



Ann Arbor, Mich.... 
CarOfMlch 



Detroit, Mtch 

HoUand,Mich 

Bav City, Mich 

Cadillac', Mich 



Jackson, Mich 

Mount Clemens, 
Mich. 

Bav City, Mich 

Detroit, Mich 

Howell, Mich 

Detroit, Mich 

Bav City, Mich 

Detroit, Mich 

Kalamazoo, Mich .. . 
Marine City , Mich. . . 
Grand Rapids, Mich 

Traverse City, Mich . 

Lansing, Mich^.... . 

Saginaw, Mich 

Jackson, Mi(di 



1,190 
96 

1,500 
150 

67 
250 
1,100' 

88 

.•viO 
500 

no 

1,300 
45 



Annual Income. 



Rate. 



Bay City, Mich 

G rand Rapids, Mich 



Saginaw, Mich 

Bay City, Mich 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Cadillac, Mich 



Saginaw, Mich. 



Marquette, Mich 

G rand Rapids, Mich. 



St. Cloud, Minn. 



Minneapolis, Minn . 
Le Sueur, Minn.... 



fiS 

30 
35 

40 

85 

300 

60 

140 
300 

100 

1,000 

15,000 

163 

000 

152 

260 

152 

1,275 

215 

52 

135 

23 

1,000 

60 
600 

75 

165 

57 
700 

85 

200 
110 



20 

1,400 
25 



tl5 



&-50 

25-100 
1 
1 

10 

5-25 
2 

6 

2 

15 



5-40 
5 

5 
10 



10 

p* 

4 

3 

5 
25 



2 
10 

10-25 
5 
5 

10^50 



10 



23 



15 

10-25 

5 
2.50 

10 



10 

5-75 
10 



Total. 



195,000 
1,700 

4,. 'WW 
2,000 

80,000 
2,500 
1,000 

380 



660 

2,000 

675 



800 
165 



2,100 



980 



1,000 
20,000 
2.'*, 000 
1,222 
1,200 
1,400 



750 



150 
1,350 



12,000 

285 
1,500 

350 

18,000 
11,000 



15,000 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



October. 



March. 
February. 

October. 
January. 
Fehruwy. 

Do. 

Marcb. 

May. 



June. 
December. 



September. 



December. 
July. 

Do. 
December. 

May. 

Do. 
Octol)er. 
May. 
October. 



May. 

February. 
Do. 

January. 

September. 

January. 

June. 

May. 
June. 

May. 

January. 

February. 
Do. 

December. 

April. 
Jauuarr. 



December. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



STATE AlffD mBamiTOMAL-Continued. 



Kmme. 



MINNESOTA— continued. 

Mlnneeeta Klectrical Association 

Minnesota Employers' Associatiwi 

Minnesota Furniture Buyers' Asseciatioii 

Minnesota G inscng Growers' Association . 

Minnesota Implement Dealers' A.sso- 
oiatien. 

Minnesota Retidl Grocers & General 
Merchant' Association. 

Minnesota Retail if ardware Association. . 

Minnesota State Association of Electrical 
Contractors. 

Minnesota Wholesale Grocers* Bureau... 

Northern Minnesota DcNielopmeut -Asso- 
ciation. _ 

llIISSIS.HIP?|. 

Missi«!slppl Bankers' Association 

Mississippi Cotton Seed Crushers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Mississippi Lumbermen's Statistical Bu- 
reau. 

Mississippi Retail Merchants' Association 

Mississippi Textile Manufacturers' As- 
sociation. 

lilSSOVBI. 

Associated Industries of MissourL 

Cioal Operators' Association of the Fifth 
& Ninth Districts of Illinois. 

Missouri Bankers' A s.sociation 

Missouri Bottlers' As.Mociation 

Missouri Grain Dealers' Association 

Missouri Retail Hardware Association... 

Missouri Society of Certified Public Ac- 
conn tants. 

Mi.s.souri State As.sociation of Electrical 
Contractors & Dealers. 

Northeast Missouri Lumbermen's Asso- 
ciation. 

Southwest Missouri Mine Safety St Sani- 
tation Association. 

Boutiiwestern Missouri Tmplfment, Ve- 
hicle & Hardware .\.><s<iciati()n. 

Southwestern Missouri Millers' Asso- 
ciation. 

MONTANA. 

Associated Industries of Montana. 

Montuiia A ssocialiuu 01 Commerciai Club 
Secretaries. 

Montana Coal Operators' .\ ssociation 

Montana Fruit Di'^tributors 

Montana Implement Dealers' Associa- 
tion. 

Montana Lumber Manufacturers" Asso- 
ciation. 

Montana State Pharmaceutical Associa- 
tion. 

Montana Wholesale G rocers' Association . 

Retail Merchants' Association of Montana 

NEBRASKA. 

Federation of Nebraska Retailers. 



Nebraska Association of Ice Cream Manu- 
facturers. 

Nebraska Bankers' Association... 

Nebraska Brick & Tile Association 

Nebraska Dairymen's Association 

Nebraska Laiu'idryowners' Association.. 
Nebraska Lum1»er Dealers* Association.. 

Nebraska Manufacturers' A s.sociat,ion 

Nebraska Millers' Association. 

Nebraska Pharmaceutical Association. . . 

Nebraska Retail Clothiers' Association. . . 
Nebraska Retail Hardware Association . . 
Nebraska Retail Jewelers' Association . . . 

Nebraska Boda Water Manulactnrors 

Nebraska State Association of Commer- 
cial Clubs. 



Address of secretary. 



St. Paul, Minn.. 
do 



Minneapolis, Minn. 

Rock ford, Minn 

Owatonua, Minn... 

Duluth, Miim. 



Minneapolis, Minn . 
do 



St. Paul. Minn... 
Brainerd, Minn.. 



JacV-son, Miss. . 
Meridian, Miss. 



Battiesburg, Miss... 



do 

Tupelo, Miss. 



St.T.onis, Mo. 
do , 



Sedalia, Mo. .. 
St. T/Ouis, Mo. 
Mexico, Mo. . . 
St. l/ouis, Mo. 
do. 



Kansas City, Mo... 

Hannibal, Mo 

Webb City, Mo.... 

Jasper, Mo 

.Mnx>ra, Mo 



Havre. Mont 

Roundup, Mont. 



BilliniTs, Mont 

Hamilton, Mont.... 
Billings, Mont 



Kalispell,Mont. 
Boulder, Mont . 



Billings, Mont. 
Helena, Jlont . 



I-incoln,Xebr.. 
Fremont, Nebr. 



Omaha, Nehr 

Lincoln, Nebr 

t • * • B vxv •••• *•*•*•*•••« 
< • • • • ^JIU* •*• ••■■•■■•«■■ 

do 

Omaha, Nebr 

University Place, 
Nebr. 

Lincoln , Nebr 

do 

Pierce, Nebr 

1 innoln , Nebr 

York, Nebr , 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



100 
626 
108 
36 
923 

1,000 

1,340 
55 



$5-20 
5 



L2o 

5 



5 
20 



300 
130 

58 



24 



To 

1.580 

49 

300 

706 

GO 

52 

50 

80 

19 

43 



100 
24 

19 
50 
60 

12 

650 

24 
600 



3,000 
80 

1.175 

17 

300 

.^0 
400 
40H 

n 

fiOO 

125 
800 
200 
24 
115 



7. 50-25 
10 



25-r>0 



5-10 

5^13 

4 

15 

10 



10 

1 



l-S 



40 
2i 
10 



20 



1 

10-40 

7 

'"2-io 
1 

10 
5 
5 

10 



Total. 



$r>00 



45 
4,615 

4,500 



2,000 

5.000 

8,0'X) 



3, '00 
1,700 



e.-MK) 



485 

2)0 

2,800 

19 



800 
10 



600 

7, 875 

650 

.'■.,7fW) 
2,4(W 

12,000 



12.000 
1,S00 
2,^00 
600 
3,000 
7,500 

4,o;)0 

600 
1,250 

5,0;'© 

1,000 
15,006 



89 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



March. 

December. 

February. 

December. 

January. 

July. 

February. 
January. 

May. 
IT©vember. 



May. 



ApriL 
June. 

May. 



February. 
June. 

January. 

November. 

Do. 

May. 



Jf»nnary. 
December. 

January, 
Mardi.* 
Do. 

January. 

July. 

April. 
January. 

February. 



June. 
January. 

Do. 
March. 

November. 

January. 

June. 

Februarv. 

l>o. ■ 

Do 
January. 
Jime. 



40 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 
STATE AND TEEMTORIAL— Continued. 



Name. 



NEVADA. 

Nevada Mine Oi^erators' Association 

NEW H^MPSHIBE. 

New Tlampshlre Board of Trade 

New Hampshire Hotel Association 

New Hampshire Manulacturcrs' Associa- 
tion. 

NEW JEESET, 



\ fwociation o f New Jersey . 
Council of the State ol 



Manufacturers 

Manufacturers 
New Jersey. 

New Jersey "Association of Commercial 
Secretaries. 

New Jersey laundry Ouners' Associa- 
tion. 

New Jersey T-umbermen's Association,. . 

New Jt'iscy State Bottlers' Trotective 
Association. 

New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce 

Northern 'New Jersey lletoil Jewelers' 
Association. 

NEW MEXICO. 

New Mexico Electrical Association. 



Wholesale eirocers' Club of New Mexico. 
NXW YORK. 

Associated Manufacturers & Merchants 
of New York State. 

Association of Ice Croam Manufacturers 
of New Yorlc State. 

Central New Yorlc Credit Interchanpe 
Association. 

Chamber of Commerce of the State of New- 
York. 

Empire State Association of Wholesale 
Lumber & Sash A Door Salesmen. 

Empire State Clas & Electric Association . 

Empire State Ice Association 

Empire State Taper Association 

Employers & Business Men's Association_ 

Glove Manufacturers' Association of the 
State of New York. 

TJnen Trade Associiition of New York. . . 

Manufacturers' & De;ilers' Association of 
Western New York. 

New York Business I'ublishers' Associa- 
tion. 

New York Canners' Association 

New York State Association of Builders. 

New York State Association ol Electrical 
Contractors & T>ealcrs. 

New York Slate Association of Hardware 
Jobbers. 

New York State Bankers' Association . . . 

New York St:^te Builders' As.sociation. . . 

New York State Ice ManuljM:tiirers' Asso- 
ciation. 

New York State Oystermcn's Protective 
Association. 

New York State Pharmaceutical Associa- 
tion. 

New York State Retail Grocers' Associa- 
tion. 

New York State Retail Hardware Asso- 
ciation. 

New York Wholesale Grocers' Associa- 
tion. 

Northern New York Development 
l.eagiie. 

Real Estate Association of the State of 
New York. 

Retail Ck>thiers' Association of New York 
State. 

Retail Lumber Dealers' Association of the 
State of New York. 



Address of secretary. 



Reno, Nev . 



Concord, N. H 

Manchester, N. H. 
do 



Trenton, N. J 

New York, N.Y.... 



Atlantic City, N. J. 
Newark, N.J.i 



dn 
do 



do 

Paterson, N. J. 



AIbuquerque,NJdex 
...do. 



Buflak), N.Y 

rtica,N.Y 

Syracuse, N. Y 

New York, N.Y... . 
North Tonawanda, 

TC Y 

New York, N.Y... . 

Coxsackie, N. Y 

Rochester^ N. Y 

Albany, N.Y. 



Gtoversville, N. Y . 



New York, N.Y... 
BuUak), N. Y 



Num- 
ber of 
mem> 
bers. 



• 5 



23 

92 

225 



1,400 
220 



50 

130 
30 



30 



12 



1,900 
99 
50 

1,750 

125 

130 

100 

23 

3,000 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



t25 



5 
10-50 



10-25 
25 

6 

25 

lO-lOO 
10 



10 



10 



New York, N.Y... . 

Newark, N. Y 

Albany, N.Y 

New York, N.Y. . 

Syracuse, N. Y 



New York, N.Y... . 

Rochester, N. Y 

New York, N.Y... . 



do 

Syracuse, N. Y 

New York, N.Y... . 

Syracuse, N. Y 

New York, N.Y... . 
Watertown, N. Y... 

Utica,N.Y 

New York, N.Y... . 
Rochester, N. Y 

> Address of president. 



51 
201 

86 

115 

1,396 

400 

13 

1,019 

425 

CO 

50 

1,G70 

1,S92 

900 

127 

112 

11 

150 

350 



25-60 
5 



10 
5 

15 

10 

15 

25 

10-«) 



26 

5 

1-2 

1 

5 



fr-25 

2.50 

10 

10-30 



Total. 



Date of 

annual 

niee'ing 



$350 
1,000 
4,000 



20,000 
5,500 



2,500 



300 



2,000 

3,000 

130,000 

C2o 

16,000 

* '1,436 



1,005 

1,276 

1,000 
2,200 
5,000 

325 



10,000 



125 
4,000 
2,000 
7,000 
12,000 
1,000 



5,745 



Janunrv. 



October. 

September. 

J^uary. 



April. 
February. 

June. 

April. 

February. 
Deceml>er. 



February. 

March. 

November. 

January. 

May. 

January. 

October. 

January. 

Do. 
December. 

February. 
March. 

November. 

March. 
February. 

October. 

June. 

February. 

Ai»ril. 

January. 

June. 

.Vugust. 

Febniary, 

January. 

.\pril. 

October. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



STATE AND TEEEITOEIAL— Continued. 



Name. 



KORTn CAROLINA. 

Cotton Miuiufacturers' Association of 

North Carolina. 
Merchants' -Vssociation of North Carolina 

North Carolina Bankers' Association 

North Carolina Cotton Seed Crushers' 

Association. 
North Carolina Industrial Association . . _ 
North Carolina Secretaries' Association. . 
Western Carolina Lumber & Timber As- 
sociation. 

NORTn DAKOTA. 

North Dakota Bankers' AssociMlort 

North Dakota Implement Dealers' Asso- 
ciation. 

North Dakota Retail Hardware Associa- 
tion. 

North r>akota Retail liUmbermen's Asso- 
ciation. 

North Dakota Retail Merchants' Associa- 
tion. 

OHIO. 

Farmers' Grain Dealers' Association of 
Ohio. 

Miami Valley Paper Manufacturer's As- 
sociation. 

Ohio Association of Retail Lumber 
Dealers. 

Ohio Automobile Trade Association 

Ohio Bankers' Association 

Ohio Builders' Fupplv Association 

Ohio Butter, Eeg & Poultry Association. 

Ohio Cannons' Association 

OhioCommcrcialSecretaries' Association. 

Ohio Gas & Oil Men's A ssociation 

Ohio Grain Dealers' Association 

Ohio FTardvrare Association 

Ohio I.aundryowners' Association 

Ohio Macadam Association 

Ohio Manubu'turcrs' Association 



Ohio Paving Brick Manufiacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Ohio Retail Clothiers & Furnishers' .Vs- 
sociation. 

Ohio Retail Dry Goods Association 

Ohio Retail Jewelers' Association 

Ohio State Board of Commerce , 

Ohio Wholesale tlrocers' Association 

Southern Ohio Coal Exchange 



OKLAHOMA. 

Oklahoma Cotton Seed Crushers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Oklahoma Employers' Association 

Oklahoma G iunei^' Association 

Oklahoma Grain Dealers' Association... 

Oklahoma Hardware dc Implement As- 
sociation. 

Okbhoma Millers' Association 

Oklahoma Retail Clothiers' Association. 

Oklahoma Retail Jewelers' Association. , 

Oklahoma State Shippers' Association.., 

Oklahoma Wholesale Grocers' Associa- 
tion. 

State Bankers' Association , 



OREGON. 

Dealers' Motor Car Association of Oregon . 

Industrial .Vssociation of Orepon 

OrcRon Association of Electrical Con- 
tractors A Dealers. 

Orecon Bankers' .Vssociation 

Oregon Clayworkers' Association 



Address of secretary. 



Charlotte, N. C. 



States ville,N.C.... 
Henderson, N. C... 
Greenville, N. C 



RaleIsh,N.C 

Rocky Mount, N. C 
Ashe\ille, N. C 



Farpo, N. Dak. 
Hope, N. Dak.. 



Grand Forks,N.Dak. 

Minot, N. Dak 

Fargo, N. Dak 



Defiance, Ohio.. 
Hamilton, Ohio. 
Xenia, Ohio 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Colmnbus, Ohio 

do 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Colimibus, Ohio 

Spring Valley, Ohio 
Spriufrfleld, Ohio.... 

Columbus, Ohio 

do 

Dayton, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbus, Ohio 

....do 



.do. 



Mount Vernon, Ohio. 

Columbus. Ohio 

Steubem-ille, Ohio.. 
Columbus, Ohio 

do 



Oklahoma City, Okla 



255 

1,500 

445 

01 

300 
20 
32 



850 
225 

470 

60 

1,100 

100 

37 

612 

750 

1,132 

300 

150 

62 

2r. 

2,200 

300 

1,018 

125 

23 

000 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



12 
5-10 



5 
5 

GO-000 



7.50-20 
5 



410 

250 
200 



20 

20 

10-25 

10 
5-50 

10 
3 

25 
5 
1 

10 
4 
5 



12.50- 
100 



90 
77 



.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



.do. 



Portland, Oreg. 

do 

....do 



.do. 



300 
SOO 
220 
500 

55 

100 

60 



10 
(OO 



42 

200 

50 

260 
22 



10 

10 

10-100 



5-200 



10 
3 

35-100 



12 
10 

5-20 
3 



Total. 



$3,000 
3,000 



100 
4,000 



S,000 
2,000 



300 
5,500 



740 

15,000 

7,500 

13,000 

3,000 

SOO 
1,S00 

130 



2,000 

7,500 

000 



15,000 



1,500 
*4.'566 



4,000 
3,500 



180 



5,000 
12,000 



2,500 



3,000 

2,000 
6G 



41 



Datecrf 

annual 

meeting. 



July. 

June. 
July. 
Jime. 

October. 
July. 
Do. 



July. 
January. 

February. 

Do. 

Jime. 



November. 



December. 

June. 

February. 

Do. 
December. 
April. 
October. 
June. 
February. 
March. 
January. 
November. 

March. 

February. 

March. 
June. 



ApriL 



May. 

Do. 
ApriL 
May. 
December. 

May. 

February. 
May. 
January. 
Do. 

December. 



June. 
September. 



42 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 
STATE AND TXBXITOUAL— Continued. 



Name. 



OREGON— continued. 

Orefron Planinp Mill Owners' Association. 

Oregon Retail Jewelers' Association 

Oregon Retail Merchants' Association . . 

Oregon State Cliamber of Commeroe 

Oregon State rotcl Association 

Oregon Ptate Miners' Association 

Oregon State Retailers' Association 

Oregon Wholesale (Jrocers' Association . 

Retail Conlectioncrs' Association cfi Ore- 
gon. 

Rogiie River Fruit & rroduce Associa- 
tion. 

rr.xxsvLVAin\. 



Central Pennsylvania Coal "Producers' 
Association. 

Engineers' Society of Nortlieastem Penn- 
sylvania. 

Engineers' Society of Pennsylvania 

Engineers' Society of Western Pennsyl- 
vama. 

Pennsylvania Association of Dyers & 
Cleaners. 

Pennsylvania Bankers' Association 

Pennsylvania Bottlers' Protective Asso- 
cittibn. 

Pennsylvania Cammerdal Secretaries* 
Association. 

Pennsylvania Laundryowners' Associa- 
tion. 

Pennsylvania Lnmbormon's Association. 

Pennsylvania Manulacturers' Associa- 
tion.* 

Pennsylvania IflDfTs' State Association. . 

Pennsylvania Pharmaceutical Associa- 
tion. 

Pennsylvania Slate Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation- 
Pennsylvania State Chamber of Com- 
merce. 

Penns3rlvania State Hotel Association . . . 

Retail Herchauts' Association of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Retail Merchants & Business ^en's 
IMstrict Association of Southwestern 
Pennsylvania. 

Western Pennsylvania Retail I>rug- 
gists' Association. 

Wliolcsale r.rocers' Association of the 
Lehigh Valley. 



Address of secretary. 



Portland, Oreg. 
Albany, Oreg . . , 
Portland, Oreg. 

dOu 

. . . . .00. . '. 

do 

do, 

do 

do 



Medford, Oreg. 



AHoona, Pa. . , 
Scranton, Pa.. 



Harrisburg, Pa.. 
Pittsburgh, Pa.. 



WilkeB-Barre, Pa. 

Tyrone, Pa 

Piiiladeiphia, Pa. 



KHODE ISLAND. 

Consumers' League of Rhode Island 

Lumber Dealers' Association of Rhode 
Island. 

Rhode Island Bankers' Association 

Rhoile Island Brewers' Association 

Rhode Island Business League 

Rhode Island Milk Producers' Associa- 
tion. 

Rhode Mand Textile Association 

Town Criers of Rtiode Island 



Coatesvllle, Pa... 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

do 

....do 



Ifnntinsdnti , Pa . . 
Philadelphia, Pa. . 



BangOT, Pa 

Harrisbuig, Pa. 



Phnadetphia, Pa. . 
do 



Pittsburgh, Pa.. 



do 

AUentown, Pa. 



Providence, R. I. 
do 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 

.do. 



SOUTH CAKOLINA. 

South Carolina Bankers' Association. 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 



Manufacturers & Employers' Associa- 
tion of South I>akota. 

Retail Merchants' Association of South 
Dakota. 

South Dakota Implement Dealers' Asso- 
ciation. 

South Dakota Retail Hardware Asso- 
ciation. 



Anderson, S.C 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 

do 

do 

Minneapolis, Minn . . 





«5 

8, US 
70 
T5 

1,000 

6 

155 

3^9 



2S4 

4oO 

fiOO 
1,250 

40 

1,175 
195 

37 

150 

200 

4,eoo 

900 
1,500 

85 

1.743 

mo 

8,500 
100 

300 
6 



1,250 
39 

54 
3 

200 
200 

65 
350 



302 

aoo 

430 
210 

200 



Annual Income. 



Rate. 



tiOO 

6 

2 

10 

5 

1-2 



10-12 

(V-18 
»-lS.fiO 

7.50 

10 
8 

5 

25 

15 



4 
9 

20 



6-18 



13 
5 



1-25 
5-15 

5-10 



5-50 

6-7S 

5-20 

5 

5 



Total. 



tl,0SO 

425 

7,500 

20,030 
600 
«00 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



5,000 
6,000 



10.000 
l,5<i0 

185 

5,000 



43,575 

5.200 
4,600 



3,100 
30 



2,500 



9»0 

500 

1,000 

200 

6,006 
2 100 



3,500 

6,500 
2,000 
1,560 



March . 

September. 

August. 

December. 

June. 
February. 



May. 

May. 

January. 

June. 
January. 

July. 

June. 
September. 

Jime. 

January. 
Do. 

September. 
June. 

January. 



October. • 
August. 

February. 



March. 
Do. 



November. 
March. 

May. 

Do. 
December. 
September. 

January. 
May. 



May. 

January. 

May. 



y 



CX)MMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES, 



STATS Aim TSRBITOBIAL— Continued. 



4a 



Name. 



SOUTH DAKOTA— continued. 

South Dakota Retail Harness Dealers' 
Association. 

South Dakota Retail Lumbermen's 
Association. 

South Dakota Wholesale Grocers' Asso- 
ciation. 

TENNESSEE. 

Tennessee Manufacturers' Association. . . 
Tennessee Society of Certified Public 

Accoimtants. 
West Tennessee League of Business 

Men's Club. 

TEXAS. 

Associated Advert ising Clubs of Texas. . . 

Lumbermen's Association of Texas 

Retail Coal Dealers' Association of Texas . 

Retail Merchants' Association of Texas . . 

Texas Advertising Club At Large 

Texas Bankers' Association 

Texas Hrick Manufacturers' Association. 

Texas Chamber of Commeroe 

Texas Commercial Executives' Associa- 
tion. 

Texas Cotton Association 

Texas Cotton Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

Texas Cotton Seed Cru.shers' Association. 

Texas Hardware Jobbers' Association. . . . 

Texas Tndiistrial Congress 

Texas Industrial Trafhc Lea^e 

Texas Midcoast Industrial Congress 

Texas Petroleum Refiners' Association . . 
Texas Wh(desale Fruit & Produce Deal- 
ers ' Association. 
West Texas Chamber of Commerce 



UTAH. 

Institute of Ftah Architects 

Traffic Bureau of I'tah 

Utah Associated Industries 

Utah Assodation of Credit Men . . 

Utah Canners' Association 

Utah Manufacturers' Association. 
Utah Retail Grocers' Association. 

Utah Society of Engineers 

Utah State Wool Growers 



TIRGINIA. 

Eastern 8h<ne of Virginia Produce Ex- 
change. 
Retail Merchants' As.sociation of Virginia. 

Virginia Coal Operators' Association 

Virginia Freight Traffic Association 

Vii^inialoe Manufacturers' Association. . 

WASUINQTON. 

Employers' Assodation of Washington . . 
Washington Association of Electrical 

Contractors and Dealers. 
Washington Automobile Chamber of 

Commerce. 
Washington Coal Operators' Assodation. 

Washington Fisheries' Association 

Washington Retail Grocers & Merchants' 

Washington Sodety of Certified Public 
Accountants. 

Washington State Hotel Association 

Yakima Fruit Growers' Association 



▼EST vmomiA. 

Central West Virginia Credit & Adjust- 
ment Bureau. 

loe Cream Manu&u^urers' Association of 
West Virginia. 

Kanawha Coal Shippers' Association . . . , 



Address of secretary . 



Vermillion, S. Dak.. 
Sioux Falls, S. Dak . 
Watertown, S. Dak . 



Nashville, Tenn. 
Memphis, Tenn . 



Covington, Tenn. 



Corsicana, Tex 

Houston, Tex 

Dallas, 'Tex 

San Antonio, Tex. 

Abilene, Tex 

Dallas, Tex 

Ferris, Tex 

Dallas, Tex 

Tyler, Tex 



Waco, Tex. 
West, Tex. 



Dallas, Tex 

Hou.ston, Tex.i 

» A ddress of president 

Dallas, Tex 

Orange, Tex 

Collegeport, Tex 

Fort Worth, Tex.... 
do 



Stamford, Tex. 



Salt Lake aty, Utah 

do 

do 



do 

Ogden, Utah 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

do 

do 

do 



Onley, Va . 



Richmond. Va. 

Norton. Va 

Richmond, Va. 
Salem, Va 



Seattle, Wash. 
do 



.do. 
.do. 
,do. 

do. 



....do 

Wapato, Wash. 



Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Huntington, W. Va. 
Charleston, W. Va. . 



Num- 
l>er of 
mem- 
bers. 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



25 

200 I 
12 



$3 



2-10 



30 
15 



25 



700 

275 

9,000 

9 

1,617 

12 

505 

100 

125 
13 

600 
26 

2,400 

110 

200 

18 

43 

1,000 



13 
100 
200 
127 

21 
186 



25-1,000 
5-50 

25 
10 

15-20 
10 

5-1,000 
12 
5 
600 
15-30 

10 



200 
850 



5,000 

1,600 
38 
17 
80 



42 

130 
18 



1,000 
41 

100 

400 

131 
60 



1 

5 

10 

15 

6 

5-50 



25-200 
5 
5 

24-120 



10 



10 
7.50-25 
^ 20 



6 
5 

5 

10 

10-50 
5 



Total. 



1250 



Date of 

annual 

meeting. 



180 



3,500 



11,250 



32,500 
1,500 



20,000 



18,000 
1,500 
1,000 

10,800 



7,000 



7,338 



1,200 
10,000 



1,600 



3,600 
2,000 



3,000 
200 
900 



350 



May. 

Mardi. 
Do. 

July. 



April. 

July. 

Mav. 

July. 

May. 

April. 
June. 

March. 



June. 
July. 



July. 
ApriL 

Do. 

January. 

November. 
May. 
January. 
Do. 

May. 
January. 

January. 

May. 
April. 

January. 

November. 
Septemb^. 

July. 

ApriL 

October. 

August. 

May. 
January. 

November. 
December. 
August. 



A 



V I] 



ill 



44 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 
STATE AND TEBWTOMAL— Continued. 



Name. 



WEST viRQiNiA— continued. 



AddrefB of secretary. 



New River Association 

Northern West Virginia Coal Opwators' 
J^ ssoci CI t ioQ ■ 

Oil & Gas Producers' Association of West 
Virginia. . . 

Smokeless Ck)al Operators' Assodation 
of West Virginia. 

West Virginia Bankers' Association 

West Virginia CJoal Association 

West Virginia Lumber & Builders' Sup- 
ply Dealers. . 

West Virginia Manufactmws' Assoda- 
tion. 

West Virginia Wholesale Grocers' Asso- 
ciation. 

-WISCONSIN. 

Central Wisconsin Traffic Association — 

Chippewa Valley Cooperauve Associa- 
tion. 

State Retail Liquw Dealers' Association. 

Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers & 
Dairymen's ASvSociation. 

Wisconsin Association of Coffee Roasters 
& Jobbers. , , 

Wisconsin Association of Commercial 
Secretaries. 

Wisconsin Association of Ice Cream 
Manufecturers. 

Wisconsin Association of Real Estate 
Brokers. 

Wisconsin Association of Wholesale 
Liquor Dealers. 

Wisconsm Bankers' Association 

Wisconsin Building Material & Fuel 
Merchants' Association. 

Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association . . . 

Wisconsin Cheesemakers' Association — 

Wisconsin Crushed Sione Association — 

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association 

Wisconsin Gas Association 

Wisconsin Ginseng Growers' Association. 

Wisconsin Hemp Order 

Wisconsin Hide Dealers* Association — 

Wisconsin Implement Dealers' Associa- 
tion. 

Wisconsin Manufacturers' Association. . . 

Wisconsin Pea Packers' Association 

Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Association. . 

Wisconsin Retailers' Association 

Wisconsin Retail Clothiers' Association.. 

Wisconsin Retail Furniture Dealers' 

Wisconsin Retail Hardware Association. 

Wisconsin Retail Jewelers' Association. . 

Wisconsin Retail Lumbermen's Asso- 
ciation. 

Wisconsin Retail Market Men's Asso- 
ciation. 

Wisconsin 
Association. 

Wisconsin Retail Tea 
chants' Association. 

Wisconsin Society ol Certified Public 
Accountants, . 

Wisconsin State Association of Electrical 
Contractors <fe Dealers. 

Wisconsin State Bottlers' Association 

Wisconsin State Hotel Association 

Wisconsin Wholesale Grocers' Assoda- .. 

ti(m. 

■WTOMINO, 

Wyoming Cre'lit Ratin;j Exchange 

Wyoming Wool Growers' Association 



Charleston, W. V». . 
Fairmont, W.Va... 

Pu-kersburg, W. Va , 

Washington, D. C. .. 

Charleston, W.Va... 
Huntington. W. Va. 
Clarksburg, W. Va. . 

Fairmont, W.Va..., 
Parkvsburg, W. Va 



Num- 
ber of 
mem« 
bera. 



Wausau^is. 
ComeU, Wis. . 



Milwaukee, Wis. 
Monroe, Wis — 



Milwaukee, Wis.... 

do 

Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Appleton, Wis 

Milwaukee, Wis.>... 



....do 

Oshkosh, Wis. 



Madison, Wis 

do 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Fwt Atkinson. Wis. 
Milwaukee. Wis. . . . 

Antigo, Wis 

Madison, Wis 

Milwaukee, Wis — 
Madison, Wis 



Retail Monument Dealers' 
& Coffee Mer- 



IkDlwaukee, Wis 

Fort Atkinson. Wis. 
Milwaukee, Wis 

Beloit, Wis 

Milwaukee, Wis... 

Stevens P(dnt,Wi8. 

Neenah, Wis 

Milwaukee, Wis — 



.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



n^eyenne, Wyo. 
Mckinley, Wyo. 



83 
154 

300 

100 

230 

700 

79 

300 

55 



46 



Annual Income. 



Sate. 



95 

60 



10-30 

25 
10 

50-aoo 



ToteL 



44 

360 

11 
75 
86 

223 

29 

900 
138 

400 

531 

14 

8,200 

173 

100 

30 

16 

500 

225 
70 
700 
1,500 
210 
350 

1,166 
300 
615 

700 
39 
24 
18 

106 

63 

150 

33 



132 

350 



8 
1 

10 

• 

15 

5 

12.50- 
100 
5-25 



10 
5 

25 

50 

2 

2 

10 

3 

5 

5 

7.50 



5 

3 

10 



10 

6 

100 



12-180 
5 



1 Address of president. 



81,500 



3,000 
'2,'566 



8,000 



350 
110 
875 
500 

1,115 



10,000 
7,000 

2,000 



6,000 
1,000 



1,000 
"3,566 



1,000 
3,000 



7,000 
2,000 
5,000 



190 

72 

150 

3,300 



700 
3,300 



Date of 

amnial 

meeting. 



Jannarj. 
February. 



December. 

September. 

June. 

January. 



ApriL 

October. 
November. 

July. 
March. 

October. 

June. 

January. 

February. 



Jidy. 
August. 

February. 
January. 

Do. 
December. 
March. 
September. 
June. 

September. 
December. 

November. 

Do. 
June. 

August. 

Da 

February. 
Do. 
Do. 

October. 

January. 

October. 

August. 

January. 

March. 

September. 

May. 



■J 



January. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



LOCAL. 



45 



Symbols are employed to indicate the field of service of the respective local organic 
zations and their special activities. Following is a key to the symbols: 
Al. Civic and industrial development of district. 
A2. Interests of local retail merchants. 

A3. Interests of local manufacturers of miscellaneous products. 
A4. Interests indicated in title of organization, or special service not indicated by 

preceding symbols. 

ALABAMA. 



City and organization. 



Allianv: Board of Commerce 

Anniston (pop. 14,326): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Dry Goods, Clothing & Shoe Association. 

Rotary Club 

Athens ( pop. 1,715): Commercial Club 

Bessemw (pop. 17,156): Board of Trade. 

Birmingham (pop. 197,670): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Civic Association 

Employers' Association. 

Real Estate Exchange 

RetaU Grocers & Butchers' Association 

Traffic A^ociaticm 

BrewtOD (pop. 2,185): Chamber of Commerce 

Bridgeport (pop. 2,125): Chamber of Commwce 

Citrcmelle (pop. 935): Business Men's Associati(m. . . 

Cullman (pop. 2,130): Commercial Chib 

Decatur (pop. 4,228): Boosters' Club 

Demopolis (pop. 2.417): Commercial Club 

Dothan (pop. 7.016): 

Champer of Commerce 

Rotary Club 

Florence ( pop. 6,689): Chamljer of Commerce 

Fort Payne (pop. 1,317): Chamber of Commerce 

Gadsden ( pop. 15, 301 ): Chamber of Commerce 

Hunts ville (pop. 7,611): Huntsville & Madison County 
Chamber of Commerce. 

Jasper (pop. 2,509): Chamber of Commerce 

Marion (pop. 1,834): Board of Trade 

Mobile (pop. 59 201): 

Cham1)er of Commerce & Business League 

Cotton Exchange 

Rotary Club 

Montgomery (pop. 44,039): 

Associat ion of Credit Men. 

Cluunber of Commerce 

Cotton E xchange 

Rotary Club 

Belma ( pop. 15,945): 

Cham ? )or of Commerce 

Rotary Club 

Sheffield ( pop. 4,865): Commercial Club 

Sylacauga (pop. 1,456): Retail Merchants' Association. 

Troy (pop. 4,961): Chamber of Commerce 

Tuscaloosa (pop. 10,825): 

Board of Trade 

Credit Association 

Rotary Club 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



300 

275 
15 
.56 
122 
100 

2,250 

2,000 

37 

100 



250 
60 
71 
30 
50 

105 
96 



43 

1,208 

25 

250 

230 

25 
100 

790 

27 

110 

37 
700 

17 
105 

210 
47 

137 
25 

125 

250 
45 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



33 



ALASKA. 



Cordova (pop. 1,752): Chamber of Commerce. 

Fair])anks (pop. 3,541): Commercial Club 

Juneau (pop. 1,644): Commercial Club 

Ketchikan (pop. 1,613): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Commercial C\uh 

Seward: Chamlier of Commerce 



60 
40 
57 

163 



50 



Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 



A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 

A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$12.50 

30-600 

5 

5-10 

12 

12 

25 

12 

1 

25 



25-300 



1 

6 

12 

12 

1-5 



10 
24 
3 
20 
25 



25 

1()0 

25 

5-60 

25 

120 

1.50 



Total. 



$4,500 

10,000 

90 

840 

1,220 

1,200 

56,250 
20,000 



2,000 



18,000 
1,000 
284 
180 
1,000 
1,250 
2,000 



504 
28,992 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



6,250 
125 



12 
25 



12-24 

25 

5-12 



19,750 
3,000 
2,200 

2,000 

20,000 

2,351 

1,890 

5,000 

600 

6,500 



6,000 

2,500 
1,125 



January. 

Do. 

Do. 

September. 

Da 

June. 
July. 

October. 

March. 
January. 

Do. 
October. 
April. 
March. 
June. 

April. 

Do. 
January. 

Do. 

September. 
October. 



January. 
October. 
May. 

November. 

Do. 
August. 
May. 

November. 
June. 

Do. 
May. 

June. 

January. 

February. 



• I 



Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 



$24 
12-60 



1-10 



$2,000 

1,000 

700 



4,500 



May. 
July. 
June. 

February. 

Do. 



I 



Ifli 



'l^j 



46 



COMMERCIAL ORGAN IZiLTIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — CoBlinued. 

ARIZONA. 



t 

City and on^ranixotteo. 


Njtm- 
berof 
mem- 

DCTC 


Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 


Annual Income. 


Date ef an- 


Rate. 


Total. 


nuU meeting. 


Bisbee (pop, 9,019): 

Warren District Bu^inoss Men's Association 

Warren District Commercial Club 


00 
100 
100 
200 

90 
14S 
12S 

200 

1,000 

50 

22 

150 

143 

S50 

150 
115 
350 

100 

55 
250 
110 
163 


A3 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 


U 


S2,500 
3,000 


Decern bM. 
January. 


Chandler* f b«mN>r of <^nn*mw^f> , 






Clifton (pop. 4,874): Greenlee County Quunber of 

Commerce. 
Dourias (pop. 6,437): 

business Men's Protective Association 


1 

5 

12-300 

6 


1,000 

1,S00 

7,009 

625 


February. 
March. 


Chafiiber of Conaiaeroe & Mines. 


May. 


Fla^tafl (pop. 1,633): Board of Trade 


January. 


Glol«e (pop. 7,083): 

Ciiia. rnnntv MipinP CaiurrMv: ^ ChMnhAr of 


Febmarx. 


Commerce. 
Gila (^ountv Taxpayers' Association i: Cham- 




5,000 


Do. 


ber of Commerce. 
Kingman: 

Cham')er of Commerce J 


Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 
Al 

Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 






Merchants' Association 






Bo. 


Mesa (pop. 1,692): Cmnmercial Club 


1-10 
12-120 

12-25 

10 

20 

5-10 

6-12 

24-120 


4,000 
4,800 

15,000 
3,000 
2,500 


Do. 
Do. 


Phoenix (pop. 19,445): 

Ch«mbAr of CoHfiTneree 


January. 


Merchants & MaamtEtcturers' A.ssociation 

Rotarv Clab 


February. 
April. 


Prescott (pop. 5,092): Yavapai Coimty Chamber of 

Commerce. 
T^mpp (pop. 1,4^*)' Cnmmunit y Cl^h 


December. 


1,500 


Jaonary. 


Tucson (pop. 17,324): 

Business Men's Protective Association. 


October. 


Chaml*r of Commerce 


13,150 
1,210 
3,000 


January. 


Winslow (pop. 2,381): Chamber of Commerce 

Yuma (pop. 2,'914): Yuma County Commercial Club. 


6 
6-120 


AprU. 
Jaaoary. 



ARKANSAS. 



Batosville (pop. 3,399): Chaml>or of Commerce 

Bentonville (pop. l.Pi'W): Communit v Club 

Blytheville (pop. 3,S49): Chaml>er of Commerce 

Camdea (pop. 3,995): Public Sorvioe Bureao. 

Conway (pop. 2,794): C-ommercial Club 

De Queeo ( pop. 2,018) : Chami -er of Commerce 

Dermott (pop. l,tk>2): Boiird of Trade 

Eureka Springs (pop. 3,228): 

Commercial Clun 

Retail (JTOcers' Associatioii 

Fayette \ille (pop. 4,471): 

Advertising Club 

Busmess Men's Club 

Fordyce (pop. 2,794): Retail Merchant.s' Asseciatiom. 

Forrest Cit v * pop. 2,4!il ): Rotary Club 

Fort HmitK (pop. 29,390): 

Busmess Men's Chib 

Fort Smjth-\'p.n Bupen Merchants' Assaciatioo. 

Noon Civics Club 

Traffic Bureau 

Harrison (pop. 1,002): Rotary Club 

Helena (pop. 11,122): 

Board of Trade 

Business Men's league 

Hot Springs ( pop. 17,rt90»: Merchants' Association. . . 

ImlHKieo (.pop. <jOO>: Business Men's Club 

Jones horo (pop. 7,123): Chamljer of Commerce 

Little Rock ( pop. 58,716): 

Board of ('ommerce 

Cotton Exchange 

Grain Exchange 

Lions Club 

Merchants* Freight Biweau 

Rotary Club 

Lonoke (pop. 1,547): Chaml>er of Commerce 

Malvern ( pop. 2,778): Chaml>er of Commerce 

Mammoth Spring (pop. 817): Commercial Club 

Marionna (pop. 4,810): Commercial Club 

Mena (pop. 3,^53): Commercial Club 



S40 

40 

150 

105 

110 

58 

80 

838 
14 

12 

120 

16 

32 

400 

112 

50 

54 

35 

125 
2t)6 
150 
29 
250 

8,000 
101 

16 
104 

50 
146 
165 

50 

56 
504 
100 



Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

A4 

Al 
A2 
A4 

Al 
A2 
Al 
A4 
A4 

Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



$12 

12 

25 

6 

1-26 

i8-«0 

12 

12 
1 



14 
34 

10 

25 

1-10 

12 



30-500 

5-60 

1-6 

1 

25 

25 

30-120 

72 

15 

60-300 

24 

1 

.50 

1 

<M8 



tl4,000 



8,000 
1,750 
8,000 
1,500 
800 

6,000 



1,000 



10,000 
3,000 
1,200 
9,000 

700 

7,000 
4,000 



6,250 

75,000 

7,800 

872 

1,300 



8,750 



300 



4,000 
2, QUO 



January. 

April. 

September. 

Octobw. 

Novnnber. 

June. 
January. 



July. 

January. 

Jtme. 

May. 

AprU. 



November. 
April. 

September. 

January. 

Do. 
February. 

Man*. 

May. 

February. 

Do. 
Do. 
January 



r -i 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
A&KANSA&--CoBtia«0d. 



47 



I 



City and (H-ganizatiao. 



Montloello (pop. 2,274): Chaml)er of Commerce. . 
Morrillton (pop. 2,424): Cbaml>er of Comraeroe. . . 

Newport (pop. 3,557): Chaml>er of Commerce 

Osoeola(pop. 1,769): Commercial Club 

Ozark (pop. 1,146): C/ommunity Club 

Paragould (pop. 5,248): Chamber of Commeroe... 
Pine Bluff (pop. 17,777): 

Chamber of C<ommeroe 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rogers (pop. 2,820): Rotary Club 

RusseUville (pop. 2,936): Chamber of Commerce. 

Searcy (pop. 2.331): Chamber of Commerce 

Siloam Springs (pop. 2,405): 

Advertising Club 

Fruit Grocers & Shippers' Association 

Texarkana (pop. 5.65.5): 

Chamber oiOommerre 

Merchants' Association 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



165 
35 
725 
120 
100 
ISO 

300 

160 

41 

115 



40 

30 

300 
124 



Pri- 
mary 

pose 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 

Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 

Al 
A2 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$10 

1 

24 

12 

2 

25 

12 

12 

11 

12-60 



Total. 



81,650 

375 

15,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



8 
1 

12 
1 



3,500 

9,000 

1,400 

451 



500 



9.000 
1,800 



January. 
March. 

Jannary. 
February. 

October. 

Do. 
January. 

Do. 



Do. 
December. 

January. 
April. 



CALIFORNIA. 



Alhambra (pon. 5,021): 

Business Men's Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Anaheim (pop. 2.028): 

Board of T rade 

Retail Merchant's Association 

Areata (pop. 1,121): Chamber of Commeroe 

At ascadero: Boosters' Chib 

Auburn (pop. 2,376): Commercial Club 

Bakersfleld (pop. 17,543): 

Chamber of Commerce. 

Kern County Board of Trade 

Retail Dealers 

Banning: Chaml>er of Commerce 

Beniria(pop. 2,300): Chamber of Commerce 

Berkeley (pop. 60,427): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Manufacturers' Association 

Rotary Club 

Bishop (pop. 1.190): Chamber of Commerce 

Calexioo (pop. 797): Chamber of Commerce 

Centerville: Chamber of Commerce 

Chico (pop. 8,750): 

Ad Club 

Chamber of Commerce 

Chino(pop. 1,444): Chamber of Commerce 

Claremont (pop. 1,114): Board of Trade 

Coalinga (pop. 4.199): Chamber of Commerce 

Coming (pop. 972): Chamber of Commerce 

C orona fp( )p . S .5 40) : Commercial Club 

Covina (pop. l.«»52): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merr-hanf s' Credit Association 

Crows Landiiip: Chamber of Commerce 

Dinuba ( pop. 970) : Chamber of Commerce 

Edom: Chamber of Commerce 

EI Ceniro (ivjp. I.GIO): Chamber of Commerce 

Escondido (pop. 1,334): 

Qi:«nber of Commerce 

Merchants' Assocriation 

Eureka (pop. 15,142): 

Credit Association of ITiunboldt 

llumboidt Automobile Trade Association 

llumlwldt Chamber of Commerce 

Femdule (pop. 905); Cb'=)mber of Commerce 

F" rt Bragg (pop. 2,408): Mendic^o Coast Retail 

Grocers AsBwiation. 
Fort una (pop. 883): 

Boaraof Trade, 



Federated 
County. 



Commercial Bodies of Humboldt 



120 
300 

I.tO 
150 

81 
270 

83 

200 
17 
28 
65 

164 

285 

58 

75 

125 

300 

35 

92 
400 
105 
150 
60 
50 
100 

50 
20 
60 
98 
26 
142 

700 

18 

200 

20 

125 

100 

25 



45 

6 



A2 

Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A2 



Al 

Al 



$12-36 
3 

5 

12 

4 



2.50-10 
10 



2 
12 

12 
18 
24 
10 
12 



82,000 
1,000 

950 

1,800 

324 

350 

5,000 

2,000 



6 
10 

2 
2 

10 



1 

28 

5 
1 



lS-30 

12 

1 

12 



6 



125 
1,968 

3,500 
1,000 



1,250 

3,600 

100 

550 
4,000 
210 
300 
629 
500 



300 
150 
400 
600 
150 
2,800 

3,500 



3.000 

420 

3,000 



1,500 



270 



AprU. 
January. 

December. 

October. 

January. 

June. 

Ajjril. 

March. 

November. 

Do. 
June. 

October. 

May. 

June. 

March. 

February. 



January. 

Do. 
March. 
February. 

Do. 
April. 
MTarch. 

Jime. 

November. 

May. 

Januarv. 
Do. 

Do. 



February. 
Januarv. 

Do: 
December. 
February. 



November. 
July. 






i 

II 



li 

I LI 



in 



! 

IN 



48 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
CALIFORNIA— Continued. 



City and OTganization. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem* 
bers. 



Fresno (pop. 36,314): 

Building Material Dealers' Association 

Commercial Club 

Fresno Coimty Chamber of Comma-ce 

Merchants' Association 

Retail Hardware Association 

Traffic Association 

Fullerton (pop. 1,725): Board of Trade 

Gait: Development Club 

Gilrov (pop. 2,437): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Glendora: Chamber of Commove 

Grass Valley (pop. 4,520): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Nevada County Development Association 

Orldley (pop. 987): Chamber of Commerce 

Hanfofd (pop. 4,829): 

Board of Trade 

Kinjis Coimty Chamber of Commerce 

Hayward (pop, 2,746): Chtunber of Commerce 

Healdsburi? (pop. 2,011): Chamber of Commerce 

Hemet (pop. 992): Uemet Valley Chamber of Com- 
merce. 

Ilighgrove: Chamber of Commerce 

UoUister (pop. 2,308): San Benito County Chamber 
of Commerce. 

TToltville (pop. 729): Commercial Club 

Indio: Board of Trade 

Kin^ City: Chamber of Commerce 

La .^olla: Chamber of Commerce 

Lakeport (pop. 870): Boost ers' Club 

Lindsay (pop. 1,814): Chamber of Commerce 

Lockeford: Chamber of Commerce 

Lodi (pop. 2,697): Business Men's Association 

Lompoc(pop. 1,492): 

Business Men's Association 

Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce 

Lour Beach (pop. 29,163): 

Business Men's Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Long Beach Harbor Industrial Association 

Realty Board 

Los An-eles (pop. 568,496): 

Associated Jobbers 

Associated Ret ail Credit Men 

Asso( iated Wine <t lieer Industries 

Aui omobile Trade Association 

Building Industries Associul ion 

Buildinp Miiterial Dealers Credit Association... 

Chamber of Commerce 

City I'lanuin,' Assoc^iation 

Credit Men's AssWation 

Commerr-ial Board 

Foimders & Employers' Association 

Hollywood Board of Trade 

Lumbermen 's F. xchan^e 

Merchants & Mimufacturers' Association 

I*roduce Exchange 

Realty Board 

Retail Dry Goods Merchants' Association 

ReUiil Merchants' Creilit Association 

Retail Shoe Dealers' Association 

Stock Exchange 

Wholesale Hay Dealers' Association 

Wholesale Metal Dealers Club 

Wholesalers' Board of Trade 

LoeCatos (pop. 2,232): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Madera (pop. 2,404): Madera County Chamber of Com- 
merce. 

Manteca: Board of Trade 

Martinez (pop. 2,115): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Contra Costa County Chamber of Commerce. , 



43 

468 

1,600 

336 

6 

160 

175 

50 

65 
40 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



129 

12 

300 

260 

250 

210 

90 

80 

30 
250 

120 
30 



150 
40 

130 
37 

125 

46 
200 

300 

800 

35 

150 

110 

200 

53 

78 

200 

140 

4,800 

95 

806 



60 

350 

8 

1,000 

55 



10 
100 
18 
64 
10 
22 
150 

80 
35 



143 

250 
40 



A4 
Al 
Al 
A2 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 
A4 

A4 

A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
At 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A 4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 

Al 
Al 



Annual Income. 



Rate. 



too 

25 
25 
24 



10-12 
6-18 



Total. 



12 

5-100 

1 

a-15 

« 

5 



3 
"i2 



7.50 

6-24 
3 



12 

25 

2.50 

30-360 

10 

36 

10 

5 

30-60 

25 

2 

10 

30 

5-50 



120 
20 
20 
60 

6 
IS 



12 
1 



$1,500 
20,000 
50.000 
12,000 



Date of an* 
nual meeting. 



2.100 



700 
400 



2.000 
2,000 
5,000 

6,750 

4,000 

1,750 

540 



5,000 



600 
1,000 



2,000 

'i,"666 



1,000 

6,000 

12,000 

1,000 

375 

10,000 
2,000 



2.160 

6.000 

9.020 

100,000 

200 



3.000 



5 


2.000 


12 




50 
10 


4,500 















360 



480 

6:50 

4,800 

800 

4,500 
40 



April 
January. 
Do. 
ApriL 

December. 
January. 
Do. 

Do. 
April. 



Do. 
February, 
October. 

May. 

February. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 



June. 

February. 
March. 
January.. 
July. 

October. 

November. 

June. 
May. 

January. 
Do. 
Do. 

October. 

July. 

April. 
l>ecember. 
January. 
June. 
Hay. 
Do. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 
December. 
May. 
January. 

Do. 
October. 
January. 

Do. 
October. 

January. 
Do. 
September. 

October. 

April. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
C A LIF ORNI A-^ontlnued. 



49 



City and organization. 



MarysAille (pop. 5.430): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Yuba County Chaml)er of Commerce 

Mavfleld (pop. 1/)41): Chamber of Commerce. . 
Modesto (pop. 4,034): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Stanislaus County Board of Trade 

Monrovia (pop. 3,576): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Granite Club 

Monterey (pop. 4,923): Chamber of Commerce. . 
Mountain View (pop. 1,161): Commercial Club. 
Napa (pop. 5,791): Merchants' Association 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Nevada City (pop. 2,689): Chamber of Commerce 

Newark: Chamber of Commerce 

Newport Beach (pop. 445): Chamber of Commerce... 

NUes: Chamber of Commerce 

Nuevo: Chamber of Commerce 

Oakdale(pop. 1,035): Chamber of Commerce 

Oakland a>op. 214,206): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Ftuitvale Board of Trade 

Merchants' Exchange 

Rotary Club 

Ontario (pop. 4,274): 

Chamljer of Commerce 

Business Men's A^ociation 

Orange (pop. 2,920): 

Commercial Club 

Merchants & Manufacturers' Association 

Orland (pop. 836): 

Business Men's Association 

('hamljcr of Commerce 

Orovilie (pop. 3,859): 

Merchants' Associatiwi 

United Chamber of Commerce of Orovilie and 
Allied Communities. 

Oxnard (pop. 2,555): Board of Trade 

Pacific Grove (pop. 2,384): Chamber of Commerce. . 
Palo Alto (pop. 4,486): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Pasa Jena (pop. 49,62i»): 

Board of Trade 

Merchants' Associat ion 

Paso Robles (pop. 1,441): Chamber of Commerce 

Petaluma (pop. 5.880): rhaml)er of Commerce 

Mttsburg: Chaml)er of Commerce 

Placerville (pop. 1,914); El Dorado County Chamber 

of Commerce. 
Pomona (pop. 13,624): 

Associated Chambers of Commerce of San Gabriel 
Valley. 

Chamber of Commerce 

Citrus Belt Automobile Trades Association 

Pomona Valley Merchants' Credit Association... 

Porterville (pop. 2',69t)): Chaml)er of Commerce 

Red Bluff (pop. 3,530): Chamber of Commerce 

Redding (pop. 3.572): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Shasta County Merchants' Association 

Shasta County Promotion and Development As- 
sociation. 
Redlands (pop. 14,.573): 

Chaml)er of Commerce 

Merdiants & Mtinufacturers' Association 

Redondo Beach (pop. 2,9;i5): Chaml)er of (Commerce 
Redwood Ciiv (pop. 2^2): Chamber of Commerce. . 

Reedlev: Chamber of Commerce 

Richmond (pop. 6,802): 

Chamber oi Commerce 

Industrial Commission 

Point Richmond Commercial Club , 

ReLail Merchants' Association 



148759**--20- 



150 
250 
100 

150 
84 
14 

100 

135 

200 
45 
60 

100 
20 

100 
35 
60 
60 

1,900 
125 
300 
220 

267 
36 

175 
70 

25 
125 

38 
360 

125 
49 

150 
95 

600 
201 
ft) 
261 
120 
130 



17 

300 
70 
50 

125 

200 

305 
50 
62 



500 
100 
100 
75 
100 



42 

80 
91 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A2 
A4 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A4 

A2 
Al 

A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Al 

Al 
A4 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 



Al 
A 4 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$12 

12 

6 



18-90 



Total. 



6 

25 
1 

12 
36 

2.50-20 
36 

5 
12 

6 
12 



fr-100 



6 

10 
12-60 

12 

24 

12 

12-180 



12 



10 

1-4 

1-5 

12-150 

12 



36 
2-10 



12 

6-12 

4 

12-60 



30-300 



12-18 



$3,000 

7,000 

50 

3,000 
2,500 



800 



405 
350 
100 



105 



600 
47,500 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



6,500 

1,500 
1,200 



200 
1,500 



7,000 

375 

800 

1,500 
2,100 



5,000 
1,000 
5,400 



5,500 



3,000 
3,500 

152.50 



May. 

February. 

January. 

December. 

April. 

February. 

May. 
January. 

October. 
Do. 
September. 
January. 
March. 

Do. 
December. 



Da 
April. 
May. 

October. 
September. 

April. 
July. 

June. 



Do. 

February. 
January I 

March. 



May. 

November. 

January. 

ApriL 

May. 

January. 



July. 

October. 
June. 

January. 
Do. 



Do. 

March. 
1,600 October. 



6,000 

1,000 

500 



3,500 
200 



January. 

June. 

April. 

February, 

March. 

October. 

June. 



50 



COMMERCIAL ORGAKIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
CALIFORNIA— Continued. 



City and orpinlzati(Hi. 



I' 



!i 



Riverside fpop. 30,496): 

Arlington Chamber of Commerce 

Business Men's Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Realty & Insurance Board 

Riverside County Automobile Trades Associati<»i 
Sacramento (pop. 68,984): 

Builders' Exchange 

Consolidated Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants & Manufacturers' Traffic Association. 

Retail Grocers' Associat ion 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Salinas (pop. 3,736): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Grocers' Associat ion 

Salinas Valley Merchants' Protective Credit 
Association. 
San Bernardino (pop. 17.616): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Prot ect ive Association 

San Diego (pop. 56,412): 

Cabrillo Commercial Club 

Chamber of Commerce 

Manufacturers & Employers' Association 

Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club : 

W holesalers' Board of Trade & Credit Association 

San Dimas: Chamber of Commerce 

San Fernando: Chamber of Commerce 

San Francisco (pop. 478,530): 

Advertising Club 

Architectural Club 

Automobile Elect rical Association 

Automobile Trade Association 

Board of Trade 

Bottlers' Protective Association 

Brewers' Prot ect ive Associat ion 

Building Industries Association 

Cabinet Manufacturers' Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Civic League of Improvement Clute & Associa- 
tions. 

Commercial Club 

DoAvn Town Association 

General Contractors' Association 

Hay Association 

Machinery Dealers' Association 

Merchant s' E xchange 

Merchants & Manufacturers' Associaticm. 

Milk Dealers' Association 

Mission Street Merchants' Association 

One-hundred Per Cent Club 

Printers' Board of Trade 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Druggists' Association 

Retail Dry Goods Association 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Rotary Club 

Soda Water Manufacturers' Board of Trade 

Stock Exchange 

Wholesale Fruit & Produce Merchants* Credit 
Association. 
San Jose (pop. 39,810): 

Builders* Exchange 

Chamber <rf Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

One-Hundred Per Cent Club 

Retail (Jrocers' Association 

San Luis Obispo (pop. 5,157): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Associattoii 

San Mateo (pop. 4,384): 

Chamber of Commerce 

San Mateo & Burlingame Merchants' Association. 

San Miguel: Improvement Club 

San Pedro: Chfuubtf of Commerce 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



h 



80 

115 

325 

50 

23 

181 
1,600 
35 
115 
315 
168 

98 

5 

09 



225 
100 

550 
726 

40 
425 
137 

26 
130 
110 

406 
100 

18 
175 
215 

25 

13 
360 

12 
5,231 

65 

2,040 

800 

52 

25 

27 

425 

1,200 

25 

250 

130 

160 

550 



23 
500 
305 
16 
70 
63 



206 

550 

230 

45 

74 

200 
85 

150 
50 
70 

400 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
A2 
Al 
A4 
A4 

A4 
Al 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A4 

Al 
A2 
A2 



Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 ; 

A2 I 

Al I 

A4 

A4 

A2 

A2 

A2 

A4 

A4 , 

A4 > 

A4 ! 



A4 
Al 
A2 
A2 
A2 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A3 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



t5 



25 
6 



Total. 



HOC 

1,500 

8,000 

800 



10-30 
12 



45,000 



.!. 



12 
90 

»-60 
1 
6 



12 
13 

2 

5-25 

30-900 

24 

18 

60 

2 

6 

12 
18 
42 

2-5 
60 
25 

120 
30 
36 

30-60 
10 

50 
24 
60 



3.50-10 



24-^ 

10-12 

.50 

18 

6-30 



25 



12-120 



8,750 
7,000 

1,200 

5 

1,700 



2,700 



20,000 
17,230 
3,000 
6,000 
4,000 
1,530 



400 



8,500 



1,440 



250,010 
4,000 

2tt),000 

19,2)0 

260 



100 
100 




.......... 

27,343 






12 
25 


3,000 

14,000 

6,500 


12-30 


8,250 






6-24 
30 
50 











3,360 



8,640 

7,500 

400 

300 



6,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



Jane. 

Januftry. 

May. 

Do. 

March. 

December. 

January. 

May. 

June. 

May. 



September. 



June. 
Do. 



November. 

January. 

J une. 

April. 

December. 

July. 

ApriL 

November. 
July. 

Do. 
April. 
January. 
May. 
February. 

Do. 
May. 
January. 

Do. 
Do. 
February. 

March. 

Do. 

Do. 
December. 
January. 
September. 
January. 
Febniary. 

October. 

November. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 



December. 
July. 

November. 
October. 
Do. 

September. 
March. 



Do. 
June 
Do. 



f 



V 



r 



COMMERCIAL ORGAN iZATICmS OF UNITED STATES. 

y^OCAL — ^ ontiniicfl. 
CALIF O R NI A— Continued. 



51 



itv and organization. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
]>ers. 



San Rafael fpop. 5,931): Marin County Retail Grocers' 

Association. 
Santa A na ( pop. 1 0,981 ) : 

Associated Chambers of Commerce of C)range 
County. 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants & Manufacturers' Association 

Santa Barbara (pop. 15.360): 

Automobile Trade Associat ion 

Chamber of Commerce of Santa Barbara County. 

Commercial Club 

Grocers <fe Bakers' Association 

Merchants' Credit Association 

Rotary Club 

Santa Cruz: 

Auto Trades Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Santa Maria (pop. 2,260): 

Santa Maria Vallev Chamber of Commwce 

Santa Maria Valley Merchants' ( redit Association 
Santa Monica (pop. 7,S47): 

Santa Monica Bav Merchants' Association 

Santa Monica ' >cean Park Chamber oi( ommerce 

Young .Men s (it y Club 

Santa J'auja fpop. 2.216) : Chamber of Commerce 

Santa Rosa fpop. 7,817): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' A <sociation 

Saasalito ( pop. 2 . 3J<i ) : 1 ndu^triaJ Associat on 

Sawtelle (pop. 2,143)- Chamber of Commerce 

Seba^topol(pop. I 233): Commercial Clu)} 

Selma(pop. 1,750): Chamber of Commerce 

Sierra Madre (pop. 1 ,303^: Board of Trade 

South Pasadena (pdp 4 649): Chamber of Commerce. 

Stevinson: Board of Trade 

Stockton (pop. 36.209): 

Advertisine Club 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants ' Associat ion 

Mcrdiants, Manufacturers & Employers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Rotary Club 

San Joufiuin Auto Trades Association 

Bmmyvale: Chamber of Commerce 

Taft : Chamber of Commerce 

Thermal : B oard of Trade 

Tracy: Tracy and West San Joaquin Board of Trade 

Tulare (pop. 2,7.58): Board of Trade 

Turlock(pop. l..')73): Board of Trade..! 

Ukiah (pop. 2,136): Chamber of Commerce 

Upland (pop. 2,3S4): Credit Association 

Vallejo (pop. 13.803): Chamber of Commerce 

Ventura (pop. 2,945): 

Chambw of Commerce 

Retail Merchants ' Association 

Visalia (pop. 4.550): 

Board of Trade 

Commercial Club 

Tulare County Board of Trade 

Watsonville (pop. 4.446): Merchants' Association — 

vniittier (pop. 4, .WO) : Chamber of Commerce 

Woodland (pop. 3, 187): Chamber of Commwce 

Promotion Club 

Yolo County Board of Trade 

Yreka (pop. 1,134): Chamber of Commerce 



35 



27 

750 

105 

35 
500 
150 
47 
80 
60 

27 
223 

78 
64 

55 

245 

50 

100 

158 
70 
40 

110 
83 
60 
9S 

162 
20 

160 
512 
170 
300 

60 
120 
108 



70 

20 

65 

160 

155 

150 

25 

306 

100 
30 

205 

44 

12 

129 

253 



62 

5 

65 



COLORADO. 



Berthoud (pop. 758): Chamber of Commerce. . , 
Boulder (pop. 13,012): ^ . ^ 

Boulder County Metal Mining Association 

Commercial Association 

Cndit Rating Association 



70 

400 
350 
235 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



A2 



Al 

Al 
A4 

A4 
Al 
Al 
A2 
A4 
A4 

A2 
Al 



A2 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A I 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A2 
A4 

A2 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 



Al 

A4 

Al 
A4 



Annual income. 



Rato. Tottil. 



*12 



3 

12-25 

19 

1 



24 

13 
12 

12 
5 

1 

12 
1 
6 

6 120 

12 



$300 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



900 



900 
47 



1,440 

400 
2,600 



2.560 



9 



9 
3 
5 
3 

5 

'i-io 



12 

10 

24-72 

6 
12 

1 

12 

12 

12 

2.50-25 



200 



2,490 



1.50 
990 
500 
1,100 
2[H 
810 



1,920 



12 

12 
12 

12 
12 



5,000 
9,000 

800 

2,400 

3,000 

375 

840 



800 
1,920 
3,0S7 

950 



4,072 
1.200 



7,000 



6 
20 



1-10 
'"i2 



1,525 
5,060 



2,880 

'"soo" 



March. 

Do. 
January. 

Do. 
July. 
June. 

January. 
June. 



October. 

August. 
Do. 

Stptember. 
Ai>ril. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 
February. 

January. 
December. 

Do. 
January. 
December. 

May. 
January. 
June. 
Dtcember. 



March. 

November. 

January. 

October. 

May. 

July. 
January. 

January. 

Do. 
August. 

September. 

February. 

January! 

May. 

March. 

Januarv. 

Do! 
April. 



$3-25 
5-25 
5-48 



$2,500 
3,500 
6,000 



January. 

December. 
January. 
Do. 



: 



I 



\ 



l» 



52 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — (Continued . 
COLORADO— Continued. 



City an<l orjranltatlon. 



Brighton (pop. 850): Farmers & Merchants' Asso- 
ciation. 

Bristol: Commercial Club 

Brush (pop. 997) : Commercial Club 

Canon City (pop. 5,162): ('hanil>er of Toramerce 

Central City (pop. 1,782): Merciiants' Protective 

Association. 
Colorado Springs (pop. 3fi 965): 

Automobile Trades Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Fl Paso County Retail Grocers & Butcbtfs' 
Association. 
Creede (pop. 741): Mineral Cofonty Dusinen Men's 

Association. 
Cripple Creek (pop. 6,206): 

Mine Owmers' Association 

Motor and Commercial Club 

Del Norte (pop. 840): Del Norte-Spanish Trail Im- 
provement Association. 

Delta: Delta Cotmty Business Men's Association 

Denver (pop. 268.439): 

Civic and Commercial Association 

Coal Merchants' Association 

Credit Men's Association 

Grain Exchange Association 

Hotel and Restaurant Keepers' Association 

Kiwanis Club *. . . . 

Lions Club 

Manufacturers' Association 

Real Estate Exchange 

Retail Credit Men's Association 

Retail Grocers and Meat Dealws' Association.... 

Rotary Club 

Derbv : Commercial Club 

Durahgo (pop. 4.686): Diu-an^ o E xchange , 

Eaton (pop. 1,157): Commercial Club , 

Florence (pop. 2,712): Chamber of Commerce , 

Fort Collins (pop. 11,973): 

Commercial Club 

Credit Men's Association , 

Fort Lupf on (pop. 614): Community Club , 

Golden (pop. 2,477): Improvement Club 

Grand Junction (pop. 7,754): Chamber of Commerce. 
Greeley (pop. 11,942): 

Commercial Club 

Weld County Commercial Club 

Weld County Credit Men's Association , 

Cimnison (pop. 1.026): Oiamber of Commerce 

Idaho Springs (pop. 2,154): Bureau of Mines and 
Commerce. 

Kersey (pop. 304): Kommercial Klub 

La Junta (pop. 4.154): Industrial Association 

Lamar (pop. 2.977): 

Arkansas Valley Credit Association 

Young Men's Busine^ss Association 

Las Anim&s f pop. 2,<108): Commercial Club 

Leadville (pop. 7,508): Chamber of Commerce 

Longmont (pop. 4,256): 

Commerrial As.sociation 

Credit Men's Association 

Loveland (pop. 3,651): Chamber of Comment 

Manitou (pop. 1,357): ManitouClub 

Manzanola (pop. 428): Commerce Club 

Monte Vista (pop. 2,544): 

llieh Order of Grants 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Montrose (pop. 3,254): Chamber of Commerce 

Platteville(pop. 430.): Commeicial Club 

Pueblo (pop. 56,08-0: 

Association of Credit Men 

Builders* Association 

Commerce Club 

Retail Butchers & Grocers' Association 

RotarvChib 

Rockv Ford (pop. 3,230): 

Butchers & Grocers' Association 

Industrial Association 

Otero County Milk Producers' Association 



Num- 
ber of 
mem* 
bers. 



75 

15 

100 

273 

ft 



35 

789 

85 

40 



43 
100 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



150 

3,700 

48 
185 

54 
100 
117 
167 
400 
S48 
168 
425 
196 

55 
400 

33 
104 



88 

80 

85 

250 

850 



113 
30 
50 



180 
60 

145 
25 
13 

315 
7 

75 
85 

38 



550 
60 
49 

10 

125 

SO 



Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
A3 



A4 

Al 

A3 
Al 



A4 

Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
A4 
A3 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A3 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 



60 


Al 


100 


Al 


50 


A3 


300 


Al 


60 


Al 


ISO 


Al 



Al 
A2 
A3 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 

Al 
A2 
A4 

A2 
Al 
A4 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$1 



5 
5-34 



5 
12 

1 
1 



8 
500 



85 



80-00 
600 



12-35 
25 
12 
35 
80 
1 
50 



5 
8-36 

12 

13 

.50 



13 
3 



17-35 

5 

5-10 

3 
5-35 



1 
*i2 



ft 
12 

ft-86 



2 



12 
1 



35 

5-35 

10 

35 

50 

13 

3 



Total. 



$500 

4,500 

8 



31,600 
3,150 



10,000 



92,000 
4,000 
9,000 
8,000 



1,400 
1,500 
10,000 
1,000 
7,500 
6,000 
4,410 



7,000 



1,000 

6.000 
2,510 



3,000 

2,000 

*2,*366 



130 
1,860 

1,000 

300 

700 

1,500 

2,300 

*6,'666 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



3 

'ioo" 



1,000 

11,C00 

1,319 

3,000 



June. 



February. 

Do. 
January. 



Febniary. 
November. 



Da 



January. 

April. 

January. 

November. 

January. 

April. 

October. 

March. 

January. 

October. 
Jamiary. 

Da 
April. 
January. 
May. 

January. 

Do. 
February. 

December. 
January. 

Do. 
Da 

September. 

February. 

January. 

April. 

Octoiwr. 



January. 
September. 
January. 
May. 

January. 

Da 

Da 

February, 
January. 

Do. 
reoember. 

January. 
February. 
June. 
January. 



February. 

April. 

January. 



•> 

r 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
COLORADO— Contfaiued. 



53 



city and onpmization. 



Balida (pop. 4,625): 

Commercial Chib 

Credit Men's Association 

Grocers' & Butchers' Association 

Sllverton (pop. 2,153): Commercial Club 

Steamboat Springs (pop. 1,227): Commercial Club . . 

Sterlinf; (pop. 3,044): Chamber of Commerce 

Stratton: Commercial Club 

Trinidad (pop. 14,413): Trinidad-Las Animas Coun 
ty Chamoer of Commerce. 

Walsenburj? (pop. 2,423): Commerrial Club , 

Wrav (pop. 1,000): Commenial Club 



Num- 
ber of 
mem* 
bers. 



100 
45 
11 

100 
88 

135 
28 

225 

75 
105 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
A2 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 



Annual income. 


Date of an- 


Rate. 


Total. 


nual meeting 




$600 


June. 






S5 

12 

1 


55 
1,200 


Jannar>'. 

March. 

Fay. 


10 


2,500 


Aupnst. 
November. 


12 
12 


5,100 


April. 
February. 


3 


600 


Do. 



CONNECTICUT. 



AnMmia (pop. 16,954): Chamber of Commerce 

Bethel (pop. 3,792): Board of Trade 

Branfbra (pop. 6.047): Chamber of Commerce , 

Biideeport (pop. 124,72): 

Biisiness Men's Assoriation 

Chamber of Commen e 

Htmi!arian Business Men's Association 

Manutecturers' Association 

Retail Butchers & Grocers' Protective Asso- 
ciation. 

Bristol (pop. 16.318): Chamber of Commerce 

Danielson: Business yen's A.ssoeiation 

Deep River: Business Men's Association 

Derby (pop. 9,763): 

Busmess Men's Association 

Perbv A Shelton Board of Trade 

Industrial Association of the Lower Naugatuck 
Valley. 

Gla«!tonburv (pop. 4,796): Chamber of Commerce 

Greenwich "(pop. 19,5**4): Bureau of BiisincRs Affairs. 
Hartford (pop. 112,831): Automobile Dealers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Chamber of Commerce 

Charter Oak Advertising Club 

City Club 

Emplovers' A ssociation of Hartford County 

Manufacturers' Association of Hartford Coimty . . 

Stock Exchange 

Mcridcn (pop. 32,066): Chamber of Commerce 

Druggists' Assotiation 

MIddletown (pop. 23,130): Chamber of Commerce — 
MUford (pop. 4,3C.6): 

Business Men 's Association 

Village Improvement Association 

liysUv: Men's Club 

Naugatuck (pop. U^SH^: Business Men's Association. 
New Britain (pop. 55,385): Chaml^er of Commerce.... 
New Canaan (pop. 3,667): New Canaan Association . . 
New HaA-en (j>op. 154,8(>5>: 

Business J".eD 's As.sociatlon 

Chamber of Commerce 

Civic Federation 

Drugpists' AssiH iation 

Manufacturers' E.xhibit 

Real Estate Board 

West End Association 

New L(md(m (pop. 21,199): 

Chamber of Commen-e 

Rotary Club 

Norwich (pop. 29,613^: Chamber of Commerce 

Plainville (pop. 2,SS2): Business & Improvement 
Association. 

Portland (pop. 3,425): Board of Trade 

Putnam (pop. 7,280): Chamber of Commen-e 

Ridgefield (pop. 3,118): Chamber of Commerce 

Rockville (pop. 7.^.77 »: Chamber cf Commerce 

South Manchester: Manchester Chamber cf Com- 
merce. 
South Norwalk (pop. 8,968): Board of Trade 



140 



75 

260 

1,240 

70 

100 

50 

304 
105 
100 

75 

250 

81 

125 

120 

29 

1,150 

79 

1,200 



18 
350 

10 
700 

136 

85 

74 

186 

3.^0 

76 

250 

1,492 

1,085 

75 

58 

35 

140 

500 



85 

175 
150 
44 
129 
371 

75 



Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
A2 
A3 
A2 

Al 

A2 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A4 

Al 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A3 
A4 
Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



A2 i. 



$5 



2.50 

5 
25 
12 



$700 



6 



2 
1 

5 
15 



2 
25 
10 

5-15 

7.50 

20 



1,250 
30,000 



900 
3,000 



100 

300 
3,000 



250 



20,000 
'/*22,666 



10 
25 



3 

.50 

3 

5 

12-250 
5 



8,750 

'3,566 

400 



148 

*7,"666' 



M 


10 
1-25 

1 




Al 
A2 
A3 


4,000 
750 
....... .. 


A4 


10 
.50 




Al 


70 


Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 


5-25 

15 

6-liO 

2 


9,000 
1,500 
4,666 1 
170 


Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 


1 
3-25 
2 
2 
3 


200 

1,000 

86 

275 
1,113 


Al 


3 





Febniary. 

May. 

April. 

Do. 
June. 

November. 
January. 

October. 

March. 



January. 
Do: 

October. 

June. 

March. 

October. 

Mav. 

October. 

Do. 
February. 

Do. 
Januari\ 
December. 

May. 

April. 

June. 

December. 

October. 

August. 

May. 

March. 

May. 

Do. 
December. 
September. 
April. 

March. 
April. 
December. 
April. 

January. 

May. 

BCarch. 

January. 

November. 



April. 



f- 



i 



54 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
CONNECTICUT— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Southington (pop. 6,516): Soiithington Club 

Stafford Springs (pop. 5,233): Stafloid Business Men's 

Association. 
Stamford (pop. 36,131): 

Chamber of Commerce 

KiwanisClub 

Manufacturers' Association » 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Thomaston: Business Men's Association 

Torrington (pop. 20,041): 

Business Men's Association 

Emplovers* Association of Litchfield Coimty 

Waterbury (pop. 89,201 ): Chaml«r of Commerce 

WatertoM-n (pop. 3,850): Bxisiness Men's Association. 
Willimantic (pop. 11,230): Chamber of Commerce .... 
Windsor Locks (pop. 3,715): Chamber of Commerce . 
Winsted (pop. 7,754): Chamber of Commerce 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 


Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 


Annual income. 


Rate. 


Total. 


102 
119 

196 
70 
40 
80 

UO 

100 

16 

1,100 

75 

352 

110 

100 


Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 

A3 
A2 
Al 

A2 
A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 






SIO 

10 

10 

.00 

2 

2 

5 

10 
25 
1 
5 
3 
4 


f 1,300 


700 


150 
300 


6,000 

20,000 

75- 

1,600 

300 

400 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



January. 

October. 

December. 

June. 

July. 

Janoary. 

Do. 

August. 

June. 

April. 

October. 

March. 

November. 



DELAWARE. 



Laurel (pop. 2,166): Board of Trade 

New Castle (pop. 3,351 ): Board of Trade 

WUmingtOQ (pop. 95,369): Chamber of Commerce 



48 

60 

600 



Al 
Al 
Al 



tl 

25 



SHO 
15,000 



January. 

FebruMy. 

Januar}'. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



Washington (pop. 401,681): 

Association of Credit Men 

Automotive Trade Association 

Board of Trade 

Builders & Manufacturers' Exchange . . .. 

Chamber of Commerce 

District of Columbia Bankers' Association 
Marble & Tile Dealers' Credit Association. 
Merchants^ Manufacturers' Association . 

Merchant Tailors' Exchange 

Retail Grocers' Protective Association 

Stock Exchange 



81 


A4 


100 


A2 


1,850 


Al 


189 


A4 


1,000 


Al 


42 


A4 


4 


A4 


841 


A2 


24 


A2 


65 


A2 


40 


A4 



tl5 
50 
10 
24 
20 



11,215 
5,000 

18,500 
9,000 

20,000 



10 


400 


25 


8,525 


5 


120 


12 


750 



January. 

November. 

Jiuie. 

January. 

October. 

Februmry. 

Do. 
November. 



FLORIDA. 



Apalachicola (pop. 3,005): Chamber of Commerce.... 

Apopka (pop. 410): Board of Trade 

Arcadia (pop. 1,736): Commercial Club 

Avon Park: Board of Trade 

Bartow (pop. 2,662): Board of Trade 

Bradentown (pop. 1,886): 

Board of 'Trade 

Manatee County Board of Trade 

Brooksville (pop. 979): Chamber of Commerce 

Cleai water (pop. 1 ,171 ): Board of Trade 

Crooked Lake: Associated Boards of Trade of the 

Scenic Highlands. 
Daytona (pop. 3,082): 

Mwchants' Proteietive Association 

Triple Cities Chamber of Commerce 

DeLana (pop. 2,912): Commercial Club 

Eustis (pop. 910): Board of Trade 

Femandina (pop. 3,4S2): Chamber of Commerce 

Fort Lauderdale: Chamber of Commwce 

Fort Myers (pop. 2,463): 

Board of Trade 

Merchants' Association 

Fort Pierce (pop. 1,333): Commercial Club 

Jacksonville (pop. 79,m)5): 

Chambw of Commerce. 

Credit Men 's Association 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Furniture Dealers' & Storage Association. . 

Rotary Club 

WhoMsale Grocers' Association 




Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



A3 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

Aa 

Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 

Aa 

A4 
A4 



$5 

2 

1-2 

6 

13 

5-8 

1 

6 

10-60 



5 
35 

18 

3 

12 

•-12 

6 
36 



25 

35 
10-25 

12 
10-30 

90 



8300 

100 

1,400 



3,600 

1,600 
200 
600{ 
5,000 



25,000 

3,000 

3,000 

1,500 

800 

5,000 



25,000 



1,700 

168 

3,400 

1930 



November. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
November. 

February. 

June. 

MaitdL 

April. 

February. 



April. 

Do. 
October. 
January. 



Do. 
April. 



May. 

June. 
November. 



May. 



OOMMEhCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — r onl inued. 
FLORIDA— Continued. 



55 



City an'l orpanlzatlon. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Key West (pop. 22,011,: 

('hambcr of Commerce 

Rotary Club /a,- • • ; 

Kissimmoe (pop. 2,157): Board of Trade 

Lakeland (pop. 3,719): Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Leesburg (pop. 991): Board of Trade 

Miami (pop. 5,471): Chamber of Commerce 

Rotary Club 

Ocala (pop. 4,370): 

Marion County Board of Trade 

Ret ail Merchant s' A s-sor-iat ion 

Orlando (pop. 3,^94): Board of Trade 

Palatka (pop. 3,779): Business Men's .Vssociation 

Pensacola(pop. 26,802): 

Chamber of C ommerce 

Rotary Club 

Plant City (pop. 2,481): Board of Trade 

Quincy (pop. 3,204): B(xjster's Club 

St. Petersburg (pop. 4,127): 

Board of T rude 

Business Men's Protective A.ssociation 

General Contractors' Association 

Pinellas Coimty Board of Trade 

Sanford (pop. 3,570): Hoard of Trade 

Sarasota (pop. S40): Board of Trade 

Tallahassee ( pop. 5,018): Chaml>er of Commerce 

Tampa (pop. .V).251): 

Association of Credit Men 

Board of Trade 

Rotary Club •.•;,;;■. 

Tarpon Springs (pop. 2,212): Board of Trade 

Wauchula (pop. 1.099): Board of Trade. ;•■■•• 

West Palm Beach (pop. 1,743): Cliamber of Com- 
merce. 
Winter Haven: Board of Trade 



67 

37 
110 
150 
100 

S5 
400 

55 

275 
15 

227 
45 

200 

50 

150 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



252 
100 
12 
32 
150 
100 
125 

42 

400 

114 

50 

50 

196 

100 



GEORGIA. 



Albany (10,979): 

Alb«iny District Pecan Exchange 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Americus (pop. 8,345): Americus & Sumter County 

< ' hamlier of Conunerce. 
Athens (pop. 18,319): 

Chaml)or of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Protective Association 

Atlanta (pop. 201,732): 

Advertising Club 

Association of Credit Mmi 

Automobile Association 

Builders' Exchange 

Chamber of Commerce 

Commercial Exchange 

CwiVMition Bureau 

Freight Bureau 

Hotel Men's Association 

Merchants & Manufacturers' Association 

Mercliants' Credit Association 

Retail Grocers & Butchers' Association 

Retail Merchants Association. 

Rotary Club 

Secretaries' Club 

Stationers' Club 

Augusta (pop. 50,612): 

Associat 1 on of C redit Men 

Board of Commerce 

Cotton Excliange 

Bainbridge (pop. 4,217): Board of Trade 

Brunswick (pop. 10,984): 

Board of Trade 

Retail Merchants & Business Men's Association. . . 
Calhoun (pop. 1,652): Chamber of Commerce 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
A4 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A I 
Al 

Al 



$100-200 

5 

3-60 

20 

20 



A4 
Al 
A2 
Al 



Al 
A2 

A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A 4 
A2 
A2 
A2 
A4 
Al 
A4 

A4 
Al 
A4 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 



Total. 



89,000 

185 

2,000 

3,000 



25 
25 

6-9 
12 
25 
55 

12-24 



12 



10 



soo 

10,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



3,600 

ISO 

5,175 

2,500 

5,000 

1,200 

1,800 

100 

2,520 



2 
1 

10 

5 

12-100 

10-20 

25 

24 

4 

1 

25 

12 



3,000 
1,000 
2,500 

8,000 

10,000 

2,500 



4,900 
1,700 



April. 
June. 
Feliruary, 
April. 

Do. 
Augiist. 
April. 



January. 

Do. 
July. 

February. 

May. 

February. 



February. 



June. 

November. 
July. 

January. 
April. 

Do. 
November. 
January. 

Do. 

April, 



825 
12-50 
24-60 
12-25 



12-200 
12-36 



2 
15 



24 
20 
50 
25 

25-250 
12 

25-100 



2-3.50 



50 

2 

10 

100 
25 

100 
50 

25 
2.50 



$8,000 
6,585 
5,500 



3,000 
1,2' 10 

2,000 
3,000 
2,500 
8,000 
28,000 



13,000 



5,000 
15,000 



10,000 



500 
220 



10,000 
10,000 



12,875 
600 



February. 
December. 
January. 
May. 



January. 
February. 

June. 
May. 

December. 
May. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
June. 

Do. 
October. 

January. 

Do. 
May. 
December. 

November. 

Do. 



56 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



57 



LOCAL — Continued. 
GEORGIA— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Cedartown (pop. 3,551): Chambf.r of Commerce 

Chatsworth (pop. 314): Chamber of Commerce of 

Chatsvvorth & Miirrav Co. 
Columbus (pop. 26.306): 

Chaml)€r of Commerce 

Rose Hill Improvement Assoeiatimi 

Commerce (pop. 2,238): Board of Trade 

Cordele (pop. 5,883): Board of Trade 

Dalton (pop. 6,324): Board of Trade 

Decatur (pop. 2,400): Board of Trade 

Dublin (5,795): Dublin & Laureus County Cham- 
ber of Commerce. 

Eastman (pop. 2,355): Chamber of Commerce 

East Point (pop. 3.682): Business Men's League 

Elberton (pop. 6,483): Credit & Protective Associa- 
tion. 

Eufala (pop. 4,259): Commercial Club 

Fitzgerald (pop. 5,795): Cham»)er of Commerce 

Fort Valley ( pop. 2,097): Board of Trade 

Gainesville (pop. 5,925): 

Chamber of Commerce 

- Wholesale Merchants & Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 
Griffin (pop. 7.478): GrifRn & Spalding County 
Board of Trade. 

Hartwell (pop. 2,007): Chamber of Commerce 

La <irdnge (pop. 6,587): Merchants & Business Men's 
A.ssociation. 

lithonia (pop. 1,428): Board of Trade 

Macon (pop. 46,099): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Rotarv Club 

Madison (pop. 2,412): liotird of Trade 

Monroe (pop. 3,029): Board of Trade 

Moultrie (pop. 3,349): Cliamber of Commerce 

Rome (pop. 15.607): 

Chamoer of Commerce 

Rotary Club 

Savannah (pop. 69,250): 

Board of Trade 

Builders' Exchange 

( otton Exehtuige 

Credit Men's Associaticm 

(Jreater Savannah Commercial Club 

Real Estate Agents' Association 

Retail Druggists' Association 

K«''ail dro-ers' A.ssoci.ition 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Thomas\ ille (pop. 6,727): Commercial Association of 
Thomas County. 

Tif ton (pop. 2,381): Board of Trade 

I nion City (pop. 534): Board of Trade 

Valdosta (pop. 7,656): Chaml>er of Commerce 

^Vashington (pop. 3,065): Chaml^er of Commerce.... 
Waycross (pop. 20,737): 

Merchants' Association 

Progress Club 

Waycross and Ware County Chamber of Com- 
mcrcc 

West Foint (pop. 1,906): Chamber of Commerce 

Woodbury (pop. 917): Board of Trade 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



460 
150 
150 
IfiO 
flO 
223 
300 



25 
46 

25 
75 



121 
9 

336 

100 

35 

30 

700 

111 

50 

60 

425 

170 
64 

857 

80 

200 



126 
47 
75 



125 



156 

60 

160 

500 

80 

30 

275 

140 
20 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pasc. 



HAWAII. 



Hilo: 

Ad Club 

Board of Trade 

Hawaii Island Welfare Bureau. . 

Japanese Merc hunts' .tVasociation. 
Honolulu (pop. 52,183): 

Ad Club 

Cham1)er cf Commerce 

Commercial Club 

Rotary Club 



90 
120 
100 

41 

300 
300 
423 
125 



Al 
Al 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 

Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 

Al 
A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 

Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 



Annual Income. 



Rate. 



A4 

Al 
A4 
Al 

A4 
Al 
Al 
A4 



$25 

1 

5 

&-25 

10 

6-60 

5-20 



12 

12 
30-60 



3-24 
l(V-25 

25 



25 
30 



12-20 



20 
10 

25 
25 
70 



12 

20 

5 



12-25 



12-500 

1 

12-50 

1-50 

24-00 

4 
10 

2 
1 



Total. 



ts 

10 

5 

18 

4 

80 
50 
12 



tl50 
750 

1,500 
500 



5,000 



8,700 



17,500 
2,000 



8,250 
3,400 



20,686 

4,000 

12,000 



375 



2,500 



6,000 

60 

3,250 

2,500 

2,340 

'i6,666 

280 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



November. 
Do. 



December. 
January. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
May. 
January. 



Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

August. 



Do. 

Do. 

January. 
May 

Do. 
February. 

November. 



April. 

October. 

November. 

Do. 
April. 
June. 

AprU. 



January. 
July. 
January. 
AprU. 

October. 

June. 

January. 

• 

June. 
January. 



flOO 

2,200 

20,000 



1,200 

fc.OOO 

14,606 

1,600 



January. 
Do. 



April 
JanuaiT. 
August 
June. 



LOCAL — Continued. 
IDAHO. 



City and (viranization. 



American Falls (pop. 953): Board of Trade 

Boise (pop. 36,951): Commercial Club 

Burley : Commercial Club 

Camas: Business Men's Association 

Cambridge (pop. 349): Commercial Club 

Coeurd'Alene (pop. 7,291): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Oooding (pop. 1,444): Business Men's Club 

OrangeviJle (pop. 1,534): CommercialClub 

Heybum : Commercial Club 

Idaho Falls (pop. 4,827) : 

Idaho Fallsand Bonneville County Club of Com- 
morco 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Jerome (pop. 970): Jerome Club 

Le\viston (pop. 6,043): Commercial Club 

Montpelier (pop. 1,924): Bear Lake Boosters' Club.. . 
Moscow (pop. 3,670): Chamber of Commerce 

Inland Merchants' Association 



Nimi- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Nampa (pop. 4.206): 

chamber oiCommerce 

Protective Association ■ • 

Payette (pop. 1,948): Payette County Commercial 

Club. 
Plummer: Commercial Club 



Pocatello (pop. 12.806): 

Commercial Club 

Rotary Club ■■•■■■ ■■■■ 

Rexburg (pop. 1,893): Commercial Club. . . . 

Rigby (pop. 555): Club of Commerce 

Rupert (pop. 297): Chamber of Commerce. . 
St. Anthony (pop. 1,238): Commercial Club. 
8andpoint (pop. 2,993): Commercial Club. . . 

Wallace (pop. 3,000): Board of Trade 

Weiser (pop. 2,600): Commercial Club 



35 

750 

150 

15 

70 

100 
43 

110 
75 
28 

50 

52 
163 

225 

68 

150 

120 

100 

40 

300 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



308 
60 

200 
75 

150 

125 



40 
174 



ILLINOIS. 



Abingdon (pop. 2,464): , ,^, ^ 

Comraunit V and Commercial Cluh 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Aledo (ix)p. 2,144): Retail Merchants' Association. . . 
Alton (pop. 23,783): 

Board of Trade 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Areola (pop. 2,100): Commercial Club 

Aurora (34,7'. 5): 

Advertising Club 

Commercial Club • - - - 

Fox River Valley Manufacturers' As.sociatlon.. . . 

Merchants' Association 

Batavia (pop. 4,436): Industrial Association 

Belleville (pop. 21.154): 

Commercial Club 

Greater Belleville Board of Trade 

Manufacturers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

West Side Improvement Association 

Belvidere (pop. 7,263): Commercial Club 

Benton (pop. 2,675): Commercial Club 

Bloomington (pop. 27,462): 
of Cor 



226 
23 



As.sociation of Commerce. 

Merchants & Manufacturers' Association. 

Retail Grocers and Meat Dealers' Association. 

Rotary Club 

Young Men's Club 

Bushneil (pop. 2,619): 

Bushnell Club 

Commercial Association 

Carbondale (pop. 5,411): Chamber of Commerce... 
Cairo (pop. 16.996): 

Board of Trade 

Association of Commerce 

Retail Jdercbants' Assooiaiion 



400 
190 

78 

130 
420 
50 
225 
200 

190 
196 
21 
140 
150 
115 
100 

1,050 
120 
100 
100 
100 

143 

"w 

24 

185 

76 



A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 

Al 
A4 
Al 

Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



Total. 



15 

12 

12 

1 



12 

12-120 

10 

12 

3 

10 

5 

10 

12 

10 

1 

12-24 

5 
18 
12 



S20,000 



300 

1,200 
963 



725 
76 



12 

10 

5 

5-12 

10 

12 

6 

10 



10,000 
1,000 



2,200 

900 

3,600 



500 
5,666 



5,000 



1,800 

900 

2,000 

1,500 



400 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



March. 
Do. 
December. 
February. 



February. 
April. 

June. 

May. 
January. 
March. 
April. 

Do. 

January. 
February. 
Do. 

Do. 

January. 

April. 

March. 

January. 
Do. 

November. 



Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A3 
A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A3 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A2 
A4 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A2 



f6-9 
12 



$2,360 
276 



25 
18-36 


10,000 
3,000 


4 
3 


520 
1,200 



12-36 
1.20 



3,000 



12 


2,280 


26 


4,750 


10 


1,000 


12 


1,680 


3 


300 1 


3 


1,910 



March. 
Do. 



January. 

April. 

July. 

May. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
March. 

November. 
March 
May. 
December. 

Do. 
January. 



10-25 



10 

15 

2 

12 



12 

150 

24 



23,000 



Do. 

Do. 
1,000 

1,200 June. 
200 January. 



Deceml)er. 
Do. 



4,440 
900 



January. 

March. 

June. 



58 



COMMERCIAL OBGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
ILLINOIS— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



1 



Canton (pop. 13,674): Chamber of Commerce 

Carmi (pop. 2,833): Commercial Association 

Carrollton (pop. 2,323): 

Commercial Club 

Community I-^eague 

Casey (pop. 2,157): Chamber of Commerce 

Centralia (pop. 11,838): 

Associated Retailers 

Commercial Club 

Champaign (pop. 15,052): Chamt^erof Commwce... 
Charleston (pop. 5,584): Merchants' Association.... 
Chester (pop. 2,747): 

Commercial Club 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Chicago (pop. 2,596,681): 

Advertising Association 

Association of Commerce 

Association of Credit Men 

Board of Trade 

Builders and Traders' Exchange 

Building Constructicm Employws' Association . . 

Carbon Club 

Citizens' Association 

Coal Merchants' Association 

Coal Operators' Associations 

Cook County Real Estate 

Cut Stone Contractors' Association 

Decorating & Painting Contractors' Association 
of Chicago & Vicinity. 

Dried & Canned Foods Association 

Electric Club 

Electrical Contractors' Association 

Electrical Supply Jobbers' Association 

Face Brick .Vssociation 

Foundrjrmen's Association 

Furniture Manufacturers' Association 

Greater Cliicafro Federation 

Hardware Credit Association 

Hay, (Jrain& Feed Association 

Hyde Park Business Men's Association 

Hotel Association • 

Industrial Club 

Jewelers ' Association • 

Lumbermen's Association 

Manganese Steel FoimUers ' Society 

Masons <k Builders' Association 

North Side Commercial Association 

North West Side Commercial Association 

Ox)en Board of Trade 

Paving Contractors ' Association 

Piano Manufacturers' Associat ion 

Produce Trade & Credit Association 

Real Estate Board 

Retail l>niggists ' Association 

Retail Ltiml>er Dealers ' Association 

Shoe<& Leather As.sociation 

South Chicago Business Men's Association 

Stationers' Association 

United Employers' Association of Wood Indus- 
tries. 

Wholesale Clothiers ' Association 

Wholesale Grocers ' Exchange 

Woodlawn Business Men s Association 

Woodworkers ' Employers ' Association 

Chicago Heights (pop. 22,863): 

Industrial Chib 

Manufacturers ' Association 

Christopher (pop. 1,825): Booster Club 

Cicero (pop. 20,846): 

Twenty-second Street Business Men's Associa- 
tion. 
West Twenty-fifth Street Business Men's Asso- 
ciation. 

Clinton (pop. 5,165): Commercial Club 

Columbia(pop. 2,076): Commercial Club 

Danville (pop. 32,969): 

Chamber of Commerce ■ 

Rotary Club 



224 
40 

60 
100 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
poHe. 



SO 
130 
450 

175 

100 1 
36 

800 

6,000 

2,750 

1,618 

200 

1,000 

15 

1,000 

306 

33 

1,000 

46 

40 

62 

812 

40 

174. 

9 

32 

61 

02 

30 

31 

90 

40 

78 

95 

270 

5 

400 

200 

500 

160 

25 

35 

50 

1,200 

1,100 

46 

178 



68 
115 

15 

17 

340 

10 



Annual income. 



Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 

A4 

Al 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

Al I 

A2 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

Al 

A4 

A4 

Al 

A4 

Al 

A 4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

Al 

Al 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A2 

A2 

A4 

Al 

A2 

A4 

A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 



Rate. 


Total. 


S2S 
5 


t5.600 


10 





188 
45 
30 


Al 
A3 
Al 


50 


A2 


70 


A2 


30 
150 


Al 
Al 


653 
105 


Al 
A4 



10 

12 

5 

2 
S 

40 
50 
15 



50 



10 



20 

75 

100 

10-25 
5 



500 



10 



10 

50-180 

20 

5 



35 



34 
13 
15 



250 
10 
10 



12 



10 



25-700 
5 



15 

160 

25 

2 

2 

25 
3 

12-300 
20 i 



1,300 
5,400 
4,000 

200 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



2,400 
30,000 
40,000 



8,000 



14,000 
"76,666 



1,445 
4,500 
6,000 

65,000 
5,000 

10,000 



620 
5,000 



12,000 



2,400 
8,000 



2,500 
350 



16,000 



35,000 
4,000 



2,200 
6,000 



100 



1,000 
450 

10,000 



June. 

January. 

September. 

July. 
June. 
AprU. 
May. 

January. 
June. 

September. 
January. 
May. 
Jantiary. 

Do. 
February. 
December. 
October. 
April. 
February. 
January. 

Do. 



Do. 
November. 

Do. 
January. 
April. 
October. 

Do. 
January. 
November. 
February. 
January. 
April. 
June. 
January. 
December. 
January. 
October. 
January. 
May. 

February. 
July. 
February. 
December. 
January. 
March. 
December. 

September. 
January. 

Do.. 

July. 
January. 

Do. 
November. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Do. 



3,300 i September. 






COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
ILLINOIS— Continued. 



59 



C ity and organisation. 



Decatur (pop. 41,483): 

Asso:*iation of Commerce , 

Business Men's Leajnie 

Credit Dealers ' Association , 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Shoe Retailers ' Associati<m 

DIeterich (pop. 493): Business Men's Association 

Dixon (pop. 7,216): 

Chamber of Commerce , 

Young Men s Business Association , 

Du Quoin (pop. 5,454): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants ' A ssociation , 

Dwight(pop. 2,15»)): Chamber of Commeree , 

East St. i>ouis (pop. 77,312): 

Chamber of Commerce , 

East Side Employers ' Association 

East Side 1 .umber Trade Exchange 

Retail Merchants ' Association , 

EdwardsviIle(pop. 5,014): Chamber of Commerce. .. 
EfTingham (pop. 3,898): Business Men's Association. 
Elgin (pop. 28,562): Board of Trade 

Commercial Club 

Merchants ' Association 

Elmhurst (pop. 2,3(i0): Citizens ' Association , 

El Paso (pop. 1,470): 

Business Men's Asso'^iation 

Commercial Club , 

E vanston (pop. 29.3at): Commercial A.sso?iation 

Fairbiu-y (pop. 2,505): Commercial ClUb 

Flora ( pop. 2,704>: Commercial Club 

Forest Park (pop. 6,594): Commercial Association . . . 
Freeport (pop. 19,844): 

Chamber of Commerce , 

Manufacturers ' Association 

Rotary Club 

Fulttm (pop. 2,174): Merchants' Association , 

Calesburg(pop. 24,6?9): Business Men's Association, 

Galva (p<Tip. 2,498): Commercial Club 

Geneseo (pop. 3,199): Business Men's Association 

Gene\ a (pop. 2,451): Commercial Club 

Gibson Cuy (pop. 2,08f.V Gib.son Commercial Club. , 

Girard (pop. 1,891): Commen iai Club 

Glencoe (pop. 1,899): Men'sCiub , 

Granite City (pop. 15,890): 

Commercial Club , 

ICast Side Manufacturers ' Asso''iation , 

Tri-City Retail Merchants ' Assof-iation , 

Greenville (pop. l,lfil): Chamber of Commerce 

Hamilton (pop. I,<i27): Business Men's Club 

Harvard (pop. 3,008): Community Club 

Havana (pop. 3,525): Commercial Association 

Herrin (pop. 6,81): Improvement Association. 



Highland (pop. 2.675): lUisiness Men's 1 eague 

Highland Park (pop. 4,209): Business Men's Asso- 
ciation. 

Hillsboro (pop. 3,424): Commercial Club 

Hoopeston (pop. 4,fi98): Chamber of Commerce 

Jackson . ille (pop. 15,506): Chamber of Commerce 

Jersoyville (pop. 4,113): Jersey Township Com- 
munity Club. 
Joliet (pop. 38,549): 

Association of Commerce 

Commercial Club 

Merchants ' Association 

Kewanee (pop. 14.270 ) : Chamber of Commerce 

La Grange (pop. S,282). 

Business Men 's A s.sociation 

Commercial Club . ; 

Lake Forest (pop. 3,349): Commercial Association... . 
La SaUe (pop. 12,332): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Illinois Valley Manufacturers' Club 

Tri-City Contractors «fc Employers' Association. 

lyCmont (pop. 2,2H4): Commercial Association , 

Le Roy (pop. 1,702): Commercial Club , 

Lewistown (pop. 2,312): Commercial Club , 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



800 



4 

46 

8 



150 
50 

100 
45 



250 



8 

300 

70 

56 

300 

400 

125 

75 

48 
90 
280 
250 
100 
125 

367 

12 

48 

12 

300 

152 



100 
50 
78 

325 

125 

30 

55 

150 

100 

300 

110 

400 

87 

65 

50 

150 

70 



500 
329 
125 
315 

60 
50 
42 

250 
126 
15 
82 
67 
36 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
A2 
A2 
A2 
A2 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 

A4 
A4 
A2 
Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A 2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
A2 

Al 
A3 
A4 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



Total. 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



112 $11,948 '■ January. 



2.50 
3 



5 
5 

12 
12 
25 

24-100 



15-30 
10 



3 

15 

12-24 

1 

2 
10-25 

5 
10-25 

2 

5 

10-25 



10 

24' 
5 
2 



4 

10 

2 

12 
10 

5 
2 
1 
2-20 
G 
I 
3 
5 

10 
12 
15 



1,800 
24 



730 
1,200 



15,000 



5,000 
4,500 



600 
1,000 
(),000 
2,400 



96 

1,350 

3,000 

2,154 

200 

600 

7,744 

12,000 

480 

""8,'6o6' 
7'0 



650 
1,500 



300 
100 

2,000 
COO 

2,000 
300 
780 

500 
4,800 



11,500 
9,000 




Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

April. 
October. 

February. 
Do. 



March. 
Jime. 
January. 
Do. 

Do. 
December. 
April. 
January. 



Do. 
November 
October. 
January. 
March. 



October. 
January. 
April. 
June. 
April. 
Do. 

February. 
June. 
January. 
May. 



Do. 
May. 
January. 
April. 
May. 
January. 
February. 

Do. 
January. 

February. 

December. 

February. 



June. 

January. 

November. 



December. 

June. 

January. 



January. 

December. 

January. 



60 



I 



i 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
ILLINOIS— Continued. 



City and organization. 



LibertjrvlUe (pop. 1,724): Commercial Club 

Linooln (pop. 11,991): Commercial Club 

Retail Grocers & Butchers' Association.. . , 
IJtchfield (pop. 5|97l): Merchants' Association 
Macomb (pop. 5,774): 

Commercial Association 

McDonou^b County Retail Druggists' Association 

Marion (pop. 7,098): Chamber of Commerce 

Marseilles (pop. 3,291): Marseilles Interests Associa 
tion 



Marshall (pop. 2,569): Community Club 

Mason City (pop. 1 ,H42): Commercial Club , 

Mattoon (i>op. 12,764): Merchants' Association 

May wood (pop. 10.903): Commercial Association .. . 
Melrose Park (pop. 4,806): Business Men's Association 

Mendota (pop. 3,806): Association of Commerce 

Metropolis (pop. 4,655): Commercial Club 

Moline (pop. 27,976): 

Business Men's AssoCiatimi 

Commercial Club 

Trl-City Manufacturers' Association 

Momence (pop. 2,201): Commercial Club 

Monmouth (pop. 10,346): Commercial Club 

Morris (pop. 4,563): Industrial Association 

Morrison (pop. 1,126): Morrison Club 

Morton (pop. 1,004): Commercial Club 

Mount Carmel (pop. 6,934): Chamber of C/Ommerce. 

Mount Morris (pop. 1,132): All-To-Gether Club 

Mount Sterling (x>op. 1,986): Young Men's Commer 

cial Club. 
Motmt Vernon (pop. 10/)43): Retail Merchants 

Association. 
Murphysl>oro (pop. 7,485): 

Commercial Association 

Retail Mercliants' Association 

Naperville (pop. 3,449): 

Association of Commerce 

Business Men's Association 

National Stock Yards: St. I>ouis Live Stock Exchange 

Newton (pop. 2, lOS): Commercial Club 

Nokomis (pop. 1,872): Chamber of Commerce 

Normal (pop. 4,024): Commercial Club 

North Chicapo (pop. 3.306): Procress Club 

Oak Park (pop. 27,816): Commercial Association... 

Olney (pop. 5,011): Chamber of Commerce 

Oreson (pop. 2. ISO): Commercial Association 

Ottawa (pop. 9.5:{5): Business Men's Association... 

Chamber oi Commerce 

Rotary Club 

Pana (pop. 6,055 ): Commercial Club 

I'aris (pop. 7.664 ): Chamber of Commerce 

I'ark Ridge (pop. 2,009): Commercial Association. . 

Pekin (pop. 10,973): Association of Commerce 

I'ewia (pop. 72,1 M): 

Adverti'5iiig & SelUnpClub 

Association of Commerce 

Association of Credit Men 

Board of Trade 

IJ ve Stock K xchange , 

Merchan ts' Association 

Rotary Club 

Transportation Club 

Peru (pop. 7,9S4): Business Men's Association 

Petersburg (pop. 2.5<s7): Commercial Association... 
Pittsfield (pop. 2,095): Business Men's Association. 

Polo (pop. 1,828): Community Club 

Pontiac (pop. 6,090): Chamber of Commerce 

Princeton (pop. 4,131): Commercial Club 

Quincy (pop. 36,832): 

Association of Credit Men 

Automobile Trades Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Employers' Association 

Freight Bureau 

Coal Club 

Credit Association 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



65 
264 

20 
140 

225 

12 

325 

100 
60 
40 
200 
180 
87 
75 
W 

180 

721 

44 

30 
250 
100 
150 

76 



36 
65 

87 



200 
40 

70 
«5 

160 
60 
11 

100 
75 

395 
75 
75 
80 

200 
70 

200 

245 
60 

400 

96 
1,800 

88 
130 

38 
407 
126 
200 
115 
300 

50 

40 
375 
100 

08 

38 

43 

500 



100 
12 
70 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 

A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
A3 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 



Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 
A4 

Al 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 



$1,250-100 


1 

6-24 

1 

12 



Annual Income. 



Rate. 



1 
1 

24 
10 

2 
10 

2 

12-72 
12-25 



6 

10-18 

2 

20 

2 



6 
12 



15 
5 



2 
5 

4,000 
5 



12 
1 
6 
6 
5 
24 
12 



10 

25 

5 

12.50 

7.50 

10-25 

10 

40 

6 

12-480 

15 

3 

6 

8 



2 

12.50 

3 

6 
10 

5 
25 
10 



10 



Total. 



$780 
5,500 



1,500 

3,480 

6 

3,000 



4,800 

2,000 

250 

750 

200 

3,000 

16,400 

25,000 

180 

4,000 

200 

1,800 



375 



3,000 
200 

500 
200 



1,200 



2,400 

500 

375 

1,900 

2,400 

790 

2,000 

6,125 

300 

5,000 



880 



228 
6,000 
2,000 

600 



80 

' *366 

588 

380 

1,000 

12,000 



120 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



January. 
Do. 

February. 

October. 
January. 
December. 

Do. 
January. 

May. 

June. 
January. 

Do. 
November. 

January. 
May. 

January. 
June. 

September. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
October. 

March. 



Octol>€r. 
November. 

October. 
January. 
October. 
February. 

Octobor. 
December. 

Do. 
February. 

May. 

January. 
May. 

Do. 
January. 
December. 
April. 

May. 
March. 
May. 
January. 

April. 
Do. 

February. 
January. 

Do. 
Do. 
May. 
Do. 

Do. 
March. 

Do. 
April. 
May. 
April. 
March. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
ILLINOIS— Continued. 



61 



City and organization. 



Quincy (pop. 

il Grocers' Association . 



36,832)— Continued. 

Retail Grocer 

Rotary Club. 

Rantoul: Improvement Association 

Robinson (pop. 3^863): Chamber of Commerce 

Rochelle (pop. 2,732): Chaml)er of Commerce 

Kock Falls (pop. 2,657): Business Men's Association 

Citizens' Club . 



Rockford (pop. 56,739): 

All Rockford Kiwanis Club. 



Chamber of Commerce. 

East State Street Business Men's Association 

Fourteenth Avenue Business Men's Association . 

Manufacturers & Shippers' Association 

Merchants & Business Men's Association 

Rotary Club 

Seventh Street Business & Professional Men's 
Association. 
Rock Island (;pop. 29,452): 

Business Men 's Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Quad City Builders' Exchange 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Rotary Club 

Rush viUe (pop. 2,422): Chamber of Commerce 

St. Charles (pop. 4,046): Commercial Association 

Salem (pop. 2.669): 

Business Men's Association 

Commercial Club 

Sandwich (pop. 2,567): Commercial Club 

SlusfTield (pop. 1,009): Bureau County Lumbermen's 
Club. 

Shelbyville (pop. 3,500): Commercial Club 

Sparta ( pop. 3,081) : Randolph Club 

Springlield (pop. 62,623): 

Business Men's League 

Commercial Association , 

Retail Grocers & Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Sterling (pop. 7,467): 

Association of Commerce 

Manufacturers & Shippers' Association , 

Stonington(pop. 4S8): Business Men's Association.. 

Streator (pop. 14,313): Commercial Association , 

Sullivan (pop: 2,621): Chamber of Commerce 

Sycamore (pop, 3,92»l) : Chamber of Commerce 

Taylorville (pop. 5,44<>): Chamber of Commerce 

Tuscola (pop. 2.45.'i): Business Men's Association 

l'rbana(i>op. 10,116): Association of Commerce 

Vandalia (pop. 2,974): Chamber of Commerce 

Virden (pop. 4,000): Commercial Club 

Washington (pop. I,5;i0): Commercial Club 

Watseka ( pop. 476): Commercial Association 

Waukegan (pop. 20,917): 

Cham her of Commerce '. 

Lake County Manufacturers' Association 

Rotary Club 

West Frankfort (pop. 2,111): Booster Club 

Wheaton^pop 3,42.i): Business Men's Association... 
White Hall (pop. 2,854): Business Men's Association. 
Wilmette (pop. 4,943): New Trier Commercial Asso- 
ciation. 
Woodstock (pop. 4,331): Commercial & Commimity 
Club. 

Yorkville (pop. 431): Business Men's Club 

ZionCity (pop. 4,7><9)): 

Business Men's Association 

Committee of Fifictu 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
l)ers. 



84 
100 

55 
144 
140 
100 
100 

150 

500 

60 

50 

140 

190 

1,333 

132 



165 
1,100 
200 
40 
110 
104 
100 



100 
54 
21 

201 
100 

75 

300 

50 

81 

386 

25 

7 

211 
75 

125 

176 
50 

222 
70 
85 

120 
75 

400 
21 
42 
100 
110 
32 
55 

75 

50 

15 
15 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A2 
A2 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 



Al 
Al 
A 4 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 
A4 

Al 

Al 

Al 
Al 
A2 
A4 

Al 
A3 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 
A4 
Al 
A2 
A2 
A2 

Al 

Al 

A2 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$1 
15 
1 
25 
10 



6 

15 

6-24 

6 



12-75 

15 

.50-7.50 



25 

25 
25 

3 
10 

3 



10 
10 

5 
5 

25 

25 

1 

5 

25 



o 

6-36 

25 

25 

15 

5 

25 

10 

50 

1 

3 

1 

18 

5-30 



Total. 



$125 
2,000 
1,000 



1,600 



900 

7,500 

1,000 

300 

10,000 

3,800 



3,300 



4,000 

25,000 

5,000 

400 
1,200 

312 
1,160 



540 
210 

960 
600 

1,875 

7,500 

600 

1,000 

9,650 
7,000 



4,500 
375 



600 
4,600 



1,440 
375 

10,000 

210 

2,100 



400 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



November. 
May. 

April. 

Deceml>er. 

October. 



Decembw. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
March. 
May. 
June. 
January. 



Do. 

April. 
January. 
Do. 
May. 
June. 
December. 



January. 

Deoember. 

February. 

January. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
May. 

April. 

February. 

October. 

Da 
September. 
May. 

Do. 

Do. 
April. 

Do. 
June. 

January. 
May. 

January. 
November. 
March. 
January. 

March. 

October. 



Do. 



INDIANA. 



Advance (pop. 416): Commercial Club 

Akron: Business Men's Association 

Alexandria (pop. 5,096): Business Men's Association. 



35 

52 

100 


Al 
A2 
Al 


$1 
5 
1 









October. 
February, 



I 



1.^ 

V 



62 



COMMERCIAL ORGAI^IZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
INDIANA— Continued. 



City and onnmization. 



Anderson (pop. 24,230): Chamber of Commerce 

Afros (pop. 1,088): Improvement Club 

Attica ( pop. 3,335) : Commercial Club 

Auburn (pop. 3,919): 

Business Men's Association 

Commercial Club 

Aurora (pop. 4,410): Commercial Club 

Batesville (pop. 2,151): Public Welfare Association . 
Bedford (pop. 10,613): 

Cham Der of Commerce 

^toneClub 

Bloomfield ( pop. 2,067): Merchants' Association 

Bloomington (pop. 11,661): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Bureau 

Rotary Club 

Bluflton (pop. 4,987): Chamber of Commerce 

Boonville (pop. 3,937): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Brazil (pop. 10,472): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Civic Club 

Grocers' & Foo<l Stores Association 

Bremen (pop. 2,008): Commercial Club 

Brookville (pop. 2,1(">9): Commercial Club 

Columbia City (pop. 3,448): Commercial Develop- 
ment Club. 

Columbus (pop. 9,310): Chamber of Commerce 

Connersville (pop. 7,738): Chamber of Commerce 

Crawfordsville (pop. 11,443): Montgomery County 

Chamber of Commerce. 
Crothersville(pop. 1,03S): Commercial & Civic Club.. 
Crown Point (pop. 2,526): 

Chanber of Commerce 

Commercial Club 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Culver (pop. 810): Retail Merchants' Asscxiiation 

Decatur (pop. 4,471): Merchants' Association 

Delphi (pop. 2,161): Business Men's Association 

East Chicago (pop. 30,286): 

Chamber of Cfommeroe 

Manufacturers' Association 

Elkhart (pop, 22,273): 

Business Men's Association 

Real Estate Board 

Elwood (pop. 11,028): Chamber of Commerce 

Evansvilfe (pop. 76,981 ): 

Association of Credit Men 

Chamber of Cominorce 

Furniture Manufacturers' Association 

Lumbermen's Club 

Manufacturers' Association 

North Side Business Mens Association 

Pharmaceutical Association 

Rotary Club 

West Side Business Association 

Fort Wayne (pop. 78,01 1): 

Association of Credit Men 

B uilders' K xchange 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail G rocers' Association 

Tratfic Bureau 

Frankfort ( pop. 10, 103) : Chamber of Commerce 

Franklin (pop. 4,502): Chamber of Commerce 

Gary ( pop. H»,802): Commercial Club 

Grcencastle (pop. 3,790): Commercial Club 

Greenfield (pop. 4,448): Business Men's Association.. 
Greensburg (pop. 5,420): Business Men's Association 

CommerciafClub 

Hammond (pop. 27,016): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Manufacturers' Association 

Retail Merchants 

Hartford City (pop. 6,187): Clnmber of Commerce... 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



270 
50 
90 

35 

350 

50 

30 

200 
27 
30 

365 
38 
63 
50 

120 
21 

80 
65 
32 
56 
100 
170 

390 
321 
400 

120 

65 
62 
24 
15 
78 
40 

400 
33 

60 

16 

425 

164 
950 

28 



157 

loa 

40 
200 
100 

146 

100 

1,500 

135 

26 

307 

200 

745 

230 

49 

75 

120 

300 
33 
45 

400 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 

A3 
Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A2 

Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
Al 
A2 
A2 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A3 

Al 
A4 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A4 
A 4 
A3 
Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 

A4 
A4 

Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 
A2 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



Total. 



t25 $7,000 

4 ! 

6 



10 
1 



15 
25 



1150 

12-18 

10 

5-20 



20 

13 

1 

6 



12.SO-^25 
15 
12.50 

1 

2-5 
10 
1 
3 
5 
6 

12.50 
50-250 

1 

10 
12.50 

10 
25 
12 



12-76 

4 

3 

16 

3 

15 



35 



200 

3-15 

1 

25 

3-30 

12 

13 



12 

10 

6 

5-12. SO 



4,000 
150 
400 

3,000 



620 



720 



192 
300 



900 

8,000 
7,500 
4,000 



400 
785 
100 



390 
240 

5,000 
5,4UO 

60 



2,200 

1,640 

22,325 

336 



5,000 

300 

80 



2U0 
2,190 

'^ojooo 



2,980 

200 

18,500 

2,000 

5HH 
900 



3,500 
330 



4,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



July. 

Do. 

Janoary. 
February. 
January. 
September. 

April. 
February. 

February. 
April. 

March. 

April. 

Do. 

Do. 
January. 
March. 

Do. 
June. 
February. 



January. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
January. 

September. 
June. 

April. 

September. 

May. 

January. 
February. 

January. 
December. 

May. 

January. 

February. 

March. 

January. 

Do. 
December. 
January. 
September. 
January. 
March. 

February. 

April. 

January. 

Novemoer. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STA7:ES. 

•- LOCAL — Continuod. 

INDIANA— Continued. 



63 



City and organization. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



nuntington (pop. 2,464): 

Business Men's Association 

Commercial Association 

Indiana Harbor: Civic Club 

Indianapolis (pop. 283,H22): 

Advertising ( lub 

Architects' Association 

Associated Employers 

Association of Cre<i it Men 

Association of Reiaii Drug>rlsts 

Autoinobiie Tra^le Association 

Better Business Bureau 

Board of Tnule 

Building Contractors' Asso<»iation 

Cham))er of Commerce 

Foundrymen's Association 

Gravel Mens Association 

Jobbing Confectioners' Club 

Live Stock Exchani:o 

Merchants' Asso-'iation 

Metal Trades Association 

Real Estate Boani 

Retail Growers' Association 

South Meridian Street Merchants' Association. . . 
Jefferson viHe (pop. 10,412): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Voimg lousiness Men 's C!t ib 

Knox (pop. 1,041): Business Men's ^\^ociation 

Kokomo (pop. 21,921^): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Real I'^state Associat ion 

I-afayette (pop. 21,481): Merchants &. Manufacturers' 

Associatien. 
I/a Orange (pop. 1,772): La Grange Cot:nty Commer- 
cial Club. 
La Porte (fwp. 13,572): 

Chamber of Commerce 

R etail ( i rocers ' Association 

Lawrenceburg (pop. 3,930;: 

Booster Club 

Chamber of Commerce 

Lebancm (pop. 5,474): 

Chamber of (jommerce 

Civic I eague 

Liberty (pop. 1,338 1: Commercial Club 

Ligonier (pop. 2,173): Improvement Association 

Logansport (pop. 21,3:5^): 

Cass County Chamljer of Commerce 

Cass County Retail Grocers' Asso iation 

Madison (pop. 6,934): Commercial Club 

Marion (pop. 19,923): 

Chamber of Commerce 

' ; rant Count v Manufacturers' Association 

Michigan City (pop. 21,913): 

('hamber of Commerce 

R ot ary Club 

Monticello( pop. 2,168): Commercial Pr.sh Club 

Mount Vernon (pop. 5,503;: Commercial Club 

Muncie (pop. 25,^&1): 

Advertising Club 

C<Hnmercial Club 

Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Nappanee (pop. 2,260): Improvement Association. . , 
New Albany (pop. 23,<-29;: 

Retail G rocers' Asswiation 

Retail Merchants' Assoi iat ion 

Voung Meu's business Club 

Noblesville (pop. 5,073k Chamber of Commerce 

North Wrnon (pop. 2,915): Chamber ot Commerce 

of Jennings County. 
Peru (pop. 12,491): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Credit Exchange 

Plymouth (pop. 3,838): C/ommerclal Club 

Portland (pop. 5,130): Commercial Association 

PriacatoQ (pop. 6,448) : Chamber of Commerce 



135 
400 
300 

200 

30 

400 

435 

155 

G2 

400 

<30 

100 

2,500 

15 

8 

25 

84 

28 

34 

110 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



22 

50 
214 

14 

250 

32 

150 

150 



€00 
35 

400 
63 

176 



25 
100 

500 

42 

180 

400 
35 

375 
93 
75 
50 

100 

385 

27 

55 



33 

73 

100 

eo 

154 



304 

81 

100 

ISO 

90 



A2 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 

Al 



Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A3 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 

A2 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Annuiil income. 



Rate. 



$3-15 

5-10 

12-20 

5- 

5 

10 

10 

2 



10-250 
15 



Total. 



10 

100 



25 
50 
25 
12 
6 

10 



10 

10 

1 

1-8 



10-300 
3 



10 
1.50-3 



i 
1 

25 
3 
6 

25 



25 

10-25 

10 

25 

4 

10 

40-150 

5 



2 

4 
5 

12 
12.50-50 



12.50 

12 

5 

5-12.50 



$1,600 

;<,oro 

6,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



150 



4,350 
310 



5,500 
9,450 
5,571 



80 



840 
6,000 



3,000 



April. 
Septeml'ter. 



December. 

January. 

October. 

January. 

Do. 
June. 
January. 

February. 
January. 

March. 
April. 
March. 
Deceml>er. 



132 I April. 

500 ! 
1,200 , February. 



6,500 

320 

1,800 

2S0 



6,500 



1,500 



25 
100 

12,500 

1.32 

1,500 

10,000 
1,000 

9,375 
1,200 



400 

13,850 

1,800 



100 
292 

1,000 
720 

3,500 



3,400 



400 
2,000 
3,500 



March. 
January. 
Do. 

Do. 



AiH-n. 
June. 



I>ecember. 

Do. 

July. 
February. 

July. 

January. 

June. 
May. 

January. 

March. 

May. 

Do. 
January. 

Do. 
April. 



January. 
April. 

March. 
April. 



November. 

January. 

April. 

November. 

May. 



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II 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

lOCAL— Continued. 
INDIANA— Continued. 



( ity and organixaticm. 



Nom- 
berof 
mem- 
bers. 



Redkey (pop. 1,714): Commercial Club 

Rensselaer ( pop. 2.393): Commercial Club 

Rochester (pop. 3,364): Chamber of Commerce 

Seymour (pop. 6,305): Chamber of Commerce 

Shelbyville (pop. 11,201): Chamber of Commerce 

South Bend (pop. 70,967): 

Ad-Sell League 

Chamber of Commerce 

G rocers' Association 

Spencer ( pop. 2, 150): Chamber of Commerce 

TellCity (pop. 3,369): Chamber of Commerce 

Terre Haute (pop. 67,361): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Manufacturers 'Club 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Grocers A Butchers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Union City (pop. 3,209): Community Welfare Asso- 
ciation. 

Valparaiso (pop. 6,987): Chamber of Commerce 

Vincennes (pop. 18,089): Chamber of Commerce 

Wabash (pop. 8,618) : Commercial Club 

Warsaw (pop. 4.430): Chamber of Commerce 

Washington (pop. 7,854): Daviess County Chamber 

of Commerce, 
Winchester (pop. 4,266): Chamber of Commerce 



275 
250 

75 
1,200 
55 
30 
80 

1,000 
50 
42 
120 
110 
142 
200 

144 
400 
200 
223 
124 

240 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A4 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



SO. 50 



6 
12.60 

8 

25 
2 
6 
5 

25 

'""io" 



6 

10 

1.20-6 

5 

25-100 

25 



Total. 



S4,000 
3,000 

500 
25,000 



280 
25,000 



500 
1,440 



2,000 
600 

2,000 

15,000 

5,000 

5,000 

620 

1,200 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



Ttme. 

December. 
January. 
September. 
AprU. 

May. 

November, 

June. 

Do. 

Febmary. 

April. 

January. 

January. 

March. 

December. 



May. 

June. 

February. 

AprU. 

Da 



IOWA. 



Albia (pop. 4,900): Business Men's Association 

AlKona (pop. 2,908): Commercial Club 

Ames ( pop. 4,223): Commercial Club 

Atlantic (pop. 4,560): Commercial Club 

Audubon (pop. 1,928): Commercial Club 

Bedford (pop. 1,883): Community Club 

Belle riaine (pop. 3,121): Ad Club 

Bloomf'eld (pop. 2,02H): Commercial Club 

Boone (pop. 11..321 ): Chamber of Commerce 

Burlington (pop. 25,144): 

Ad Club 

Commercial Exchange 

Retail Grocers <t Butchers" Association 

Shippers' Association 

Carroll (pop. 3.546): Citi ens'Club 

Ce<lar Falls (pop. 5,012): Commercial Club 

Cedar Rapids (pop. 38.033): 

Chamber of Commerce 

CivicClub 

Retail Grocers <fc Biit.^hers' Association 

South Side Commercial Club 

C/enterville (pop. 6,930): Association of Commerce... 

Chariton (pop. 3,794): Commercial Club 

Charles City (pop. 5,892): Chamber of Commerce 

Cherokee (pop. 4,884): Community Club 

Clarinda (pop. 3,832): Greater Clarinda Club i 

Clarion (pop. 2,065): Commercial Club j 

Clearfield (pop. 625) : Commercial Club ' 

Cleat Lake (pop. 2,014): Commercial Club i 

Clinton (pop. 27,678): i 

Commercial Club 

Manufacturers & Shippers' Association ' 

Colfax (pop. 2,524): Commercial Club I 

Coming (pop. 1,702): Coming County Operative Club.' 
Ck)uncil BlutTs (pop. 31,838): I 

ChamI >er of Commerce 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Grocers & Butchers' Association 

Creston (pop. 6,924): Creston Club 

Davenport (pop. 49,618): 

Commercial Club -. 

Greater Davenport Committee 

Manufacturers' Association 

Rating Association 



100 
125 
100 
100 
100 
75 
101 
118 
200 

(» 

610 

42 

eo 

150 
175 

1,000 
25 
45 

80 
150 
225 

60 
130 
160 

80 



150 

550 

55 

180 

150 

425 
30 
51 

196 

1,000 

30 

75 

160 



Al 


110 


tooo 


Al 


5 


5,200 


Al 


25 


2,000 


Al 


25 


2,500 


Al 


2-5 


400 


Al 


6-12 


840 


A4 


6 


606 


M 


2 

25 




Al 


5,000 


A4 


5 


300 


Al 


10 


6,100 


A2 


5 
25-700 




A4 


7,000 


Al 


10 


7.^0 


Al 


10-25 


3,500 


Al 


10-25 


22,000 


Al 






A2 


10 


950 


Al 


10 
10-25 




Al 


3,000 


Al 


5-10 


1,400 


Al 


25 


1,500 


Al 


10 


1,300 


Al 


4 


3,000 


Al 


25 


2,000 


Al 






Al 


5 


3,000 


Al 


25 


13,500 


A4 




6,000 
3,600 


Al 


20 


Al 


2 


300 


Al 


5-25 


10,625 


A4 


10 


1,000 


A2 


6 


498 


Al 


6 


3,900 


Al 


10-25 


15,600 


Al 


5-1,200 


12,000 


\3 






A2 


24-120 


5,000 



March. 
December, 
January. 
Do. 

September. 

February. 

Maxell. 

May. 

Febmary. 

March. 

Febmary, 

January. 

March. 

December. 

June. 

May. 

March. 

May. 

January. 

OctoV)er. 

March. 

April. 

December. 
October. 

February. 
October. 
Jime. 
FelHiiary. 

May. 

November. 
Septeml)er. 
December. 

Jannary. 
March. 

January. 



r 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Conlinued . 
IOWA -Continued. 



65 



nty and organization. 



Davenport (pop. 49,<)18)— Continued. 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Tri-City Automobile Trade Association 

Tri-City Credit Men's Association 

Dccorah (pop. 3,592): Commercial Club 

Denison (pop. 3,133): Commercial Club 

Des Moines (pop. 104,052): 

Advert ismg Clul) 

Chamlter of Commerce 

Greater I>es Moines (Committee , 

Dubuque (pop. 40.0)6): 

Co mmercial Club , 

Re tail Grocers' Association 

Shi ppers' Association , 

Eagle G rove (pop. 3,387): 

iJ usincss Men's Association , 

Commercial Club , 

Eldora (pop. 1 .995): Commimity Club , 

Elliott (pop. 528): Booster Club 

Esther\iJIe (pop. 3,404): Chamber of Commerce 
Fairfield (pop. 4,970): 

JofTerson County Community Club , 

Re tail Merchants' Association 

Forest City (pop. 1.691): Booster Club 

Fort Dodge (pop. 21,089): 

Commercial Club 

Retailers' Bureau 

Fort Madison (pop. 8,900): Chamber of Commerce. . . 
Gilmorc City (pop. C89): Commercial Club 

8reeno(pop. 1,150): Commercial Clul) 
rinnelKpop. 5,036): Commercial Club 

Gmndy Center (pop. 1,354): Commercial Club.. 
Hampton (i>op. 2,617): Commercial Association. 

Harlan (pop. 2,570) : Commimity Club 

HumlK)ldt(pop. 1,809): Commercial Club 

Indcr>enclence (pop. 3,517): Commercial Club. . . 

Indianola (pop. 3,283): Commercial! Club 

Iowa City (pop. 11,626): 

Commercial Club 

Credit Bureau 

Towa Falls (pop. 2,797): Community Club 

Jefferson (pop. 2,477): Commercial Club 

Keokuk (pop. 14,008): 

Commercial Club 

Industrial Association 

Rotoil Grocers' Association 

ICno.x^^lle (pop. 3,190): Community Association 

Lamoni (pop. 1,541): Commercial Club 

Lansing (pop. 1,542): Commercial Club 

Le Mars (pop. 4,157): Commercial Club 

Leon (pop. 1,991): Chaml>er of Commerce 

Lincoln : Commercial Club 

Ix)pan(pop. 1,453): Business Men's Association. 

Lyons: Commercial Club 

Manchester (pop. 2.758): Commercial Club 

Marenro(pop. 1,78b): Citizens 'Commercial Club. 



Marion (pop. 4.400): Commercial Club 

Marshalltov.Ti (pop. 14,519): Marshalltov.Ti Club 

Mason City (pop. 14,938): 

Cham! >er o f ( oramerce 

Rctnil Merchants' Association 

Missouri Vallev (pop. 3,187): Commercial Club 

Monticello (pop. 2,043): 

Improvement Club 

Rating Association 

Mount Pleasant (pop. 3,874): Business Men's Credit 

Rating A.ssociutioa 
Mount Vemon (pop. 1,532): Business Men's Com- 
mimity Club. 
Muscatine dop. 17,713): 

Advertising Club 

Association o f Commerce 

Greater Muscatine Association 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



18 

60 

125 

50 

60 

100 

400 

200 

i,?;oo 

30 

825 
74 
65 

40 
133 
100 

60 
152 

300 

51 

100 

1,710 
170 
275 
100 
100 
161 



100 
108 
75 
403 
148 

450 

60 

150 

106 

125 

200 

20 

60 

50 

114 

120 

90 

25 

50 

100 

200 

30 

100 

453 

550 
175 
125 

210 
27 
75 

150 



40 

450 

50 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



A4 
A2 
A2 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A 2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A2 

Al 



A4 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$25 
6 



25-45 

25-100 

5 

6-12 

10 
5-20 



25 
3-12 



5 

10 

5-24 

2 
10 

5 
6-24 



10 

24-240 

10 

1 

2.50 

2-10 

5 

»-5 

3-25 

10 

5-25 

5-10 

15 

24-«0 

10-25 

5 

3 

1-10 



10 

1 

1 

6-25 

5 



1 

6 

10 

3 

5 

10-25 

10-25 

12-48 

5 

2-10 



12-60 
10 



12 
12-24 



Total. 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



$450 



1,800 

18,000 

500 

3,500 

2,000 



January. 
September. 

January. 
November. 

January. 



May. 
60,000 January. 
25, 000 December. 



1,000 
5,000 



1,500 

1,424 

120 

1,500 

5,000 

too 



17,000 
8,000 
2,750 



3,500 



500 

590 

750 

4,300 

1,S00 

6,500 
1,900 
6,000 



375 

4,000 

80 

500 

600 



1,508 



500 
2,000 



800 
9,000 

12,000 

3,000 

625 

750 



1,500 
600 



480 

8,500 

12,000 



February. 

April. 

May. 

April. 

Novemlier. 

April. 

May. 

October. 
Do. 
January. 

June. 

January. 

June. 

Do. 
March. 

Febmary. 

January. 

May. 

January. 

April. 

Do. 

Do. 
Fel>mary. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
April. 
May. 

Septemlier. 
January. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
June. 
January, 
June. 
May. 

Febmary. 

Do. 
January. 

Do. 

April. 
February. 



April. 

September. 

October. 



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i 



COMMERCIAI. ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



LOCAL— Coiit in u^d . 



IOWA— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Mystic (pop. 2,663): Commercial Association 

New Hampton (pop. 2,275): New Hampton Club... 
Newton (pop. 4,616): 

Advertising Men's Club 

Commercial Association 

Nevada (pop. 2,138): Commercial Club 

Oelwein (pop. 6,028): 

Credit Association 

Greater Oehvcin Club 

Grocers' Association 

Onawa (pop. 2,026): Booster Cluh 

Orange City (pop. 074): Commercial Club 

Osage (pop. 2,445): Business Men's Association 

Osceola (pop. 2,41G): Commercial Club 

Oskaloosa (pop. 9.650): 

Commercial Club 

Credit Men's Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Ottumwa (pop. 24,708): 

Commercial Club 

Manufacturers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Pella (pop. 3,021): Chamber of Commerce 

Perrv (pop. 4,630): Bureau of Commerce 

Preston (pop. 642): Farmers A- Merchants' Chib 

Rock Rapids (pop. 2,00.3;: Commercial Club 

Sac City (pop. 2,201): Commercial Club 

Salem (pop. 501): Commercial Club 

Sheldon (pop. 2,M1 ): Commercial Club 

Shenandoah (pop. 4,976): Community Club 

Sibley (pop. 1 ,.330): Commercial Club 

Sioux City (pop. 58.56.S): 

Associated Retailers 

Board of Trade 

Builders' Exchange 

Chamber of Commerce 

Master Builders' Association 

Real Estate Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Spirit Lake (pop. 1,102): Commercial Club 

Storm Lake (pop. 2,42S): Commercial Club 

Tipton (pop. 2,048): Community Chib 

Toledo (pop. 1.626): Commercial Cmb 

Vlllisca (pop. 2,039): Commercial Club 

Vinton (pop. 3.:i36): Commercial Club 

Washington (pop. 4.380): Community Club 

Waterloo (pop. 36.987): 

Chamber of Commerce and Waterloo Club 

Commercial Club 

Master Builders' Association of BlackhawkCounty 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Waverly (pop. 3,205): Community Club 

WclKter City (pop. 6,208): Chamber of Commerce. . 

West Branch (pop. 643): Commercial Club 

West Union (pop. 1.652): Commercial Club 

Winterset (pop. 2,818): Commercial Club 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



40 

110 

00 

soo 

75 

65 
ISO 

12 
120 
100 
125 
247 



ISO 
150 

980 

90 

1S2 

143 

500 

100 

ino 

190 
500 
225 
150 
80 

85 
63 

70 

1,000 

12 

60 

70 

154 

125 

185 

125 

100 

65 

200 

100 

350 
526 

12 
300 
182 
192 

45 
150 

00 



Prl- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 

A4 

Al 
Al 

A4 

Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 

A2 

Al 
AS 
A3 

Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
A4 
A4 

Al 
A4 
A4 

A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A4 
A3 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



S5 

5 

2 
5 
4 



12-24 
5-12.50 


800 

2,400 


6 




5 

10 

1 


600 

1,2.% 


10-250 


10,000 

500 






5-20 
2 


13,000 



13-60 

10-200 

5 

1 

5 

5 

20 

10 

5 

10 

5-15 

3,000 

25 

5-25 

25-300 

10 

34 

30 

5 

5 

2-« 

10-12 

5 

3-10 

10 

24 

5-34 

34 

16-275 

6-24 

25 

5 

1 

10 



Total. 



S300 
600 

100 

6,000 

450 



2,000 

5,000 

6,000 

100 

500 

800 

10,000 

4,500 

1,800 

1,000 

8,000 



2,520 

23,000 

800 

300 

1,680 



625 
4,000 

600 
1,200 

900 
3,058 
1,000 

5,000 
9,400 
288 
5,000 
1,500 
6,000 



ISO 
800 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



April. 
January. 

Do. 
February. 
January. 



September. 

Do. 
February. 
I>eceml>er. 
March. 

AprU. 
Do. 
Do. 

Jantiary. 

May. 
AprU. 
November. 
March. 

November. 

December. 

January. 

April. 

February. 

May. 

December. 

March. 

May. 

Januarr. 

December. 

January. 

June. 

March. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 
June. 
March. 
July. 

December. 
January. 

Da 
April. 
January. 

Do. 

Da 

Da 
October. 



KANSAS. 



Abilene (pop. 4,118): 

Business Men's Association 

Commercial Club 

Anthony (pop. 2,609): 

Booster (Jlub 

Commercial Club 

Arkansas City (pop. 7,508): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retailers* AssociaticMi 

Atchison (pop. 16,785): 

Board of Trade 

Chamber of Commerce 

Baldwm City (pop. 1,386): Community Club 

Baxter Springs (pop. 1,598): Chamber of Commerce. 



00 
100 

75 
36 

310 

101 

35 

300 

75 

175 


A3 
Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 

A2 

A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 






325 

2 
6 

26 
12 


•2,600 


216 

310 
1,212 


10 


10,000 


21 


4,00 J 



January. 
March. 



Do. 

January. 
September. 



July. 

ApnI. 

Jani 



uanr. 

^cmtx 



\ 



Dcccmwr. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
KANSAS— Continued. 



67 



City and organization. 



Belleville (pop. 2,221): Commercial Club 

Beloit (pop. 3,082): Business Men's Club 

Biu-lington (pop. 2,180): Commercial Club , 

Caldwell (pop. 2,205): Commercial Club 

Chanuto (pop. 12,968): Business Men's Club 

Cherrvvalc (pop. 4,301): Commercial Club 

Clay Cx^ntcr (pop. 3,438): Community Club 

Coffey villo (pop. is,;«l): 

Chomlx'r of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Columbus (pop. 3,064): Chamljer of Commerce 

Concordia (p<^. 4,415): Chamlx'r of Commerce 

Council firove (pop. 2,545): Commercial Club 

Dodge City (pop. 3,214): 

Ford County Chamber of Commerce 

Phcnix Industrial Club 

Rotary Club 

Easton (pop. 310): CMnmercial Club 

EI Dorado (pop. 3,129): Chamber of Commerce 

Ellsworth (pop. 2,041): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants Association '. 

Emporia (pop. 9,707): 

Advertising Cluo 

Chaml)er of Commerce 

Lyon County Retailers' Association 

Eureka (pop. 2,333) : Commercial Club 

Fort Scott (pop. 10,564): 

Bourbon County Retailers' Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Frcflonia (pop. 3,040) : Chamlx?r of Commerce 

Frontenac (pop. 3,396): Commercial Club 

Garden City (pop. 3,171): 

Industrial Club 

Retailers' Association 

Oamett (pop. 2,.334) : Booster Club 

Great Bend (pop. 4,622): 

Barton County Business Men's Association 

Commercial Club 

Herington (pop. 3,273): Herington Club 

Hiawatha (pop. 2.974): Community Commercial Club 
Holton (pop. 2.S42): 

Chamber oJf Commerce 

Hardware & Implement Dealers' Club 

Horton (pop. 3,600): Chaml)er of Commerce 

Hutchinson (pop. 21.461 ): Chamber of Commerce 

Independence (pop. 15,111): 

Commercial Association 

Retailers' A.ssociation 

Tola (pop. 1 1,396): Chaml)er of Commerce 

Junction City (pop. 5,59S): Chamber of Commerce... 
Kansas City (pop. 102.09G): 

Armourdale Improvement Association 

Central City Club 

Chamber c4 Commerce 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Km.sley (pop. 1,547): Industrial Club 

Lamed (pop. 2,911): Busmess Men's Association 

Lawrence (pop. 13,477): Chaml)cr of Commerce 

licavonworth (pop. 19,.363): Chaml)er of Commerce. . 

Liberal (pop. 1,716): Chamber of Commerce 

Lincoln (pop. 1 ,508): Commercial Club 

Lindsborg (pop. 1,939): 

Commercial Club 

Merchants' Association 

Lyons (pop. 2,071): Commercial Club 

McPherson (pop. 3,546): 

Commercial Club 

McPherson County Business & Professional 

s Men's Association. 

Manhattan (pop. ^,722): Chamber of Commerce 

Marysville (pop. 2.260) : 

Commercial Club 

Credit Protective Association 

Neodesha (pop. 2.872): 

Commercial Club 

Wilson County Business Men's Association 



Num- 
\XiT of 
mem- 
bers. 



150 
100 
140 

70 
130 

75 
200 

300 
110 
375 
200 
128 

75 

350 

51 

30 

500 

60 
28 

8 
300 
120 
200 

60 
450 
350 

35 

150 

16 

125 

140 

80 
140 
200 

250 

30 

200 

1,047 

175 

75 

220 

225 

100 
226 
975 
125 
150 
90 
160 
225 
100 
100 

55 
12 

75 

75 
57 

400 

100 
42 

256 
77 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A2 

A4 
Al 
A2 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$2 
10 



4 
6 

25 



6-60 
25 
12 

1.50-3 
18 
10 



25 

1 
1 



L25-2 

12 

12 

1 

5 

5 

12 



1-2 

2-5 

2 

3 

2 

1-12 

25 



5 

12 

6-25 

1 

10 
25 



1-3 

2 
3 
1 

5 
18-36 



10 
5 

5 

18-48 



Total. 



$1,000 

350 

1,500 



300 
1,200 

7,590 
1,800 
4,000 
5,000 



1,500 

4,000 

490 

90 

12,000 

1,500 



28 

7,500 
3,000 



1,000 

12,000 

4,000 

35 



1,500 

2,000 
960 

400 
1,500 

4,000 



1,000 
26, 175 

2,100 

113 

2,610 

5,0«W 

400 
2,260 



2 






1 500 


6-24 
12 
25 
24 


1,200 
3,K',X) 
6,000 



1,500 

33 

50 
800 

1,200 
1,300 

10,000 



500 

1,500 
1,400 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



January. 

December. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

November. 

December. 

January. 

September. 

January. 

Do. 
May. 

June. 



Do. 

May. 

November. 
January. 
April. 

October. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
April. 
February. 

November. 

Do. 
Do. 

January. 
March. 
January. 
April. 

June. 

December. 
September. 
April. 

Do. 
January. 
May. 

May. 

February. 

January. 

April. 

May. 



January. 

Do. 
September. 

May. 
Sepftember. 

July. 

September. 
June. 

March. 
Dercmber. 






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68 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
KANSAS— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Newton (pop. 7.862) : Coramorcial Club 

Norton (pop. 1,787): Commercial Club 

Olathe (pop. 3,272): Johnson County Merchants' & 
Farmers^Association. 

Osage City (i)op. 2,432): Commercial Club 

Osawatomie: Community Club 

Osborne (pop. 1,5(>6): Business Men's Association — 
Oswego (pop. 2.317): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retailers' Association 

Ottawa (pop. 7.650): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Franklin County Retail Merchants' Association . 

Paola (pop. 3,207): Commercial Club 

Parsons (pop. 15,952): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retailers' Association 

Pittsburg (pop. 18,340): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Crawford County Retailers' Association 

Rotary Club 

Pratt (pop. 3,302): Pratt County Chamber of Com- 
merre. 

Russell (pop. 1,692): Chamber of Commerce 

Salina (pop. 12,470): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retailers' Association 

Seneca (pop. 1,806): Business Men's Club 

Smith Center (pop. 1,292): Commercial Club 

Stafford (pop. 1,927): 

Merchants' Protective Credit Association 

Retail Credit Association 

Stafford Club 

Sterling (pop. 2,133): Young Men's Commercial Club 

Topeka (pop. 49,538): Chamber of Commerce 

Wellington (pop. 7,034): 

Commercial Club 

Retailers' Association 



Niun- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Wichita (pop. 73,597): 

Association of Credit Men. 



Board of Commerce. 

Commercial Club 

Wlnfield (pop. 6,700): Commercial .tVssociation. 



100 
200 
175 

300 
80 
65 

50 
21 

675 

"65 

300 
120 

280 

170 

46 

30 

60 

400 

105 

60 

60 

21 
28 
50 
95 
930 

200 
50 

145 
1,350 
1,300 

340 



l^i- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Ai 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 

Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

A2 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



110 

10 

1-4 



2 
25 

5 

12 



10 
18 

25 

6 

12 



2.50 



Total. 



11,000 
"3,666 



160 



4,050 

"'366 

3,000 
2,160 

7,000 



20-60 

2 
18 
20 
12 
20 

6-60 
15 

10-15 
25 
25 



250 

2,000 
3,500 



1,500 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



1,000 

1,275 

18,000 

2,500 
750 



4,000 



January. 

February. 

November. 



January. 
February. 

June. 

January. 

Do. 

December. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
October. 
January. 

May. 

April. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
December. 
January. 

November. 
Jime. 

May. 
October. 
Do. 
April. 



KENTUCKY. 



Ashland (pop. 12,195): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Rotary Club 

Augusta (pop. 1,787): Commercial Club 

Cadiz ( pop. 1,005): Trigg County Development Asso- 
ciation. 
Catiettsbiirg (pop.3,520): Retail Grocers' Association 
Covington (pop. 59,623): 

Industrial Club 

Linden Improvement Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

West End Welfare -Vssociation 

Crab Orchard (pop. 467): Commercial Club 

Danville (pop. 5,420): Chamber of Commerce 

Frankfort (pop. 11,179): Chamber of Commerce 

Harlan: Harlan County Coal Operators' Association 
Henderson (pop. 12,312): Chamber of Commerce — 
Uopkinsville (pop. 10,979): 

Business Men's Association 

Tobacco Board of Trade 

Lexington (pop. 41,997): 

Board of Commerce 

Credit Men's Association 

Rotary Club 

Louisville (pop. 240,808): 

Associated Bottlers' Exchange 

Board of Trade 

Builders' Exchange .^ . ■ 



512 

63 

130 

80 

17 

400 
85 
75 

420 
40 

160 

103 
41 

370 

162 
34 

500 

31 
77 

75 

1,700 

CO 



Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 

A2 

Al 
Al 
A3 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 

Al 
A4 

Al 
A4 
A4 

A4 
Al 
A4 



$12 
12.50 



5-25 

1 

25 

1 

6 

1 

L50 

10 

12.50-100 



12.50-15 

12-34 
15 

10-25 

15 

10 

10-200 

30 



$6,400 
1,000 



2,000 



7,777 



375 
430 



1,600 

1,000 

12,000 

5,000 

3,800 
610 

8,000 



7,815 

30,000 

1,800 



February. 
May. 

January. 



May. 

August. 
December. 
August. 
March. 
July. 

November. 
Do. 



October. 

November. 
June. 



May. 

January. 
September. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
KENTUCKY— Continued. 



69 



City and organization. 



Louisville (pop. 240,808)— Continued. 

Convention & Publicity League 

Credit Men's Adjustment Bureau 

Hardwood Club 

Home Furnishers' Associatitm 

Merchants & Manufacturers' Association 

Painty Oil <k Varnish Club 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Druggists' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Retail Merchants Credit Men's Association 

Stock Exchange 

Tobacco Board of Trade 

Transportation Club 

Madisonville (pop. 4,966): Business Men's Association 
Mayfield (pop. 5,916): Mayfield & Graves County. 

Commercial Club. 
Maysville (pop. 6,141): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Mason Coimty Grocers <t Butchers' Association. . 

Mlddlesboro (pop. 7,305): Chamber of Commerce 

Moimt Sterling (pop. 3,932): Business Men's Club 

Newport (pop. 32,133): 

Campbell County Retail Grocers' Association. . . 

Civic & Industrial Association 

Paducah (pop. 25.178): 

Board of Trade 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Retail Shoe Association 

Rotary Club 

Pineville (pop. 2,161): Commercial Club 

Shclbyville (pop. 3,412): Busmess Men's Association 
Somerset (pop. 4,491): Board of Commerce 



Num- 
ber of 
mora- 
laers. 



147 

223 

9 

29 

100 

15 

105 

110 

55 

72 

27 



300 

85 



300 

30 

115 

105 

100 
375 

175 
30 
50 
30 

105 
60 
80 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



A4 
A4 
A 4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 



Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A2 
A2 
A4 
Al 
A2 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$24 



25 

4-8 

25 

15 

10 

2 

35 

10 

50 

30-50 

6-10 

12 



12.50 

6 

2-0 

5 

6 
12 

50 

12 

12-36 

6 

12 

12 

5-20 



Total. 



$15,000 
5,085 
2,160 



220 

4,000 

720 



2,710 
1,870 



3,000 
180 

8,000 
500 



4,687 
9,000 



900 

180 

1,200 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



February. 

Do. 
November. 

December. 

May. 

DeccmbOT. 

March. 

January. 

OctobM". 

January. 

November. 

February. 

July. 



December. 

Septembtf. 

Do. 



Do. 
May. 

Do. 

June. 

Do. 

January. 
Do. 









LOUISIANA. 



Alexandria (pop. 16,232): Chamber of Commerce 

Baton Uouee (pop. 17,544): Chamber of Commerce. . 

Covington (pop. 2,601): Association of Commerce 

Crowley(pop. 5,099): Chamber of Commerce 

Hammond (pop. 2.942): Chamber of Commerce 

Uouma (pop. 5,024): Houma-Terrebonne Association 
of Commerce. 

Jennings (pop. 3,925): Chamber of Commerce 

Kentwood (pop. 3,609): Chamber of Commerce 

Lafayette (pop. 6,392): Association of Commerce 

Lake Charles (pop. 14,930): Association of Commerce 

Monroe (pop. 13,698): Chamber of Commerce 

Morgan City (pop. 5,477): Chamber of Commerce 

New Iberia (pop. 7,499): Chamber of Commerce 

New Orleans (p.»p. 377,010): 

Advertising Club 

Associaticn of Commerce 

Automobile Dealers' Asscciaticn 

Board of Trade 

Contractors & Dealers' Exchange 

Cot ton E xchange 

Credit Men's Association 

Joint Traffic Bureau 

LiveSt ckExcliange 

Real Estate Beard 

Retail Gr cers' Association 

Steamship Association 

Stock Exchange 

Wholesale Grocers' Association 

Oakdale: Chamber of Commerce 

Opelousas (pop. 4,623): Chamber of Commerce 

^ireveport (pop. 37,064): 

Advertising Club 

Builders & Material Men's Exchange 

Chamber of Commerce 

Cotton Exchange....' 

Merchants' Association 

Thibodaux (pop. 3,824): Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Mercnants' Association 



300 
200 
75 
120 
133 
152 

30 
34 
160 
370 
381 
110 
250 

202 

4,100 

35 

430 
77 

469 

360 

5 

10 

67 

453 
37 
70 
23 

154 

300 

10 

41 

400 

85 



Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A2 
Al 
A2 



$25 

6-200 

6 

12-250 

25 

12 

6-25 

1 

5 

10 

12-300 



12 
25 
12 
60 



$12,425 
4,000 
500 
6,000 
3,325 
4,000 

400 



800 

11,750 

8,000 

2,800 

5,000 

2,424 
102,500 

2,000 
180,000 



125 

18 

2, .500 

500 

10-20 

6 

10 

120 


195,000 
36,000 
20,000 




2,718 




1,500 


12 
10 

500 

10 

25 

25-200 


3,000 
3,000 


1,000 

17,919 

6 000 


3-12 







April. 

July. 

June. 

Do. 
March. 
July. 

October. 
Do. 
April. 
January. 
June. 

Da 

May. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
December. 

Do. 
March. 

August. 

January. 

April. 

October. 

January. 

February. 

April. 



May. 
October. 
January. 
September. 

Do. 
Do. 



Id 



j 



'( 



70 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
MAINE. 



Tit V ami onmnization. 



Auburn (pop. 16,607): Chamber of Commerce 

Augusta (pop. 14,325): 

Merchants' Asscciaticn 

Notary Club 

Bangor (pop. 26,958): 

Chamber of Commeroe 

Wholesale Grocers Association 

Bar Harbor: Board of Trade 

Bath (pop. 9,396): Chamber of Commerce 

Belfast (pop. 4,618): Beard of Trade 

Biddeford (pop. 17,760): Business Men's Association. 

Camden (pop. 3,015): Board of Trade 

Caribou (pop. 5.377): Board of Trade 

Dover: Dover & Foxcroft Board of Trade 

East Machlas: Board of Trade 

Ellsworth (pop. 3,549): Board of Trade 

Fairfield (pop. 4,435): Board of Trade 

Farmington (pop. 3,210): Retail Merchants' Asso- 
ciation. 
Fort Fairfield (pop. 4,381): Chamber of Commerce. . . 
Gardiner (pop. 5,311): 

Board of Trade 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Gorham (pop. 2,822): Board of Trade 

Houlton (pop. 5,845): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association , 

Kennebimk (pop. 3,099): Board of Trade 

Lewiston (pop. 28,061): Lewiston- Auburn Rotary 
Club. 

Lubec (pop. 3,363): Board of Trade 

Madison (pop. 3.379): Board of Trade 

Norway (pop. 3,002): Board of Trade 

Old Orchard: Board of Trade 

Old Tovm (pop. 6,317): Commercial Club 

Portland (pop. 64,720): 

Automobile Dealers' Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Real Estate Association 

Wholesale Grocers' Association 

Wholesale Merchants' Asscciaticn 

Presque Isle (pop. 5,179): 

Board of Trade 

Merchants' Association 

Rockland (pop. 8.179): City Club 

Rumford (pop. 6,777): Chamber of Commerce 

Saco (pop. 6,583): Board of Trade 

Sanford (pop. 11,217): Board of Trade 

Skowhegan (pop. 5,341 ): Board of Trade 

South Berwick (pop. 2,931): Board of Trade 

Waldoboro (pop. 2,656): Board of Trade 

Watcrviile (pop. 12,903): Waterville-Winslow Cham- 
ber of Commerce. 

Wcstbrook (pop. 9,009): Board of Trade 

Wiscasset: Business Men's Association 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



3S0 

75 
92 

477 
4 
126 
399 
110 
150 
144 
1,400 



36 
100 
100 



80 

257 
28 
«7 

160 
48 
90 
76 



50 

100 

50 

50 

28 
1,250 
40 
15 
95 

SO 
45 
25 

140 
50 

165 

200 
45 
40 

315 

150 
50 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 

A2 
A4 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 

Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



•25 



10 
25 



1 

25 
5 

12 
2 
2 



2 

12 

1 

2 

1 

1 

5-10 



1 

1 

1-2 

15 



12-250 

5 

10 

10 

3 
12 



Total. 



$10,000 



900 



12,000 



10,000 

5.V) 

1,700 



75 



100 



336 
100 

320 



90 
740 



50 
100 
100 
750 



200 



10 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 

25 

1 
1 



540 



1,400 



200 

100 

120 

7,875 

100 
50 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



June. 



Do. 

March. 

April. 

September. 

April. 

December. 

March. 

January. 

Do. 
March. 
January. 
April. 
MiEtrch. 



January. 

Do. 

October. 

February. 
January. 

Do. 
April. 



January. 

Do. 
November. 
April. 

November. 

March. 

December. 

September. 

April. 



February. 
December. 

Do. 
January. 
April. 
March. 
June. 

Do. 



January. 
Biay. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
MARYLAND— Continued. 



71 



City and organization. 



MARYLAND. 



Baltimore Cpop. 669.981): 

Advertising Club 

Association of Credit Men 

Automobile Dealers Association 

Board of Trade 

Builders' Excliange 

Canned Goods Exchange 

Chamber of Commerce 

City Club 

Clothiers' Board of Trade 

East Baltimore Business Men's Association 

Engineers' Club 

Export & Import Board of Trade 

Fruit & Produce Exchange 

Furniture Warehousemen's Association 

Gwynn Oak Junction Board oX Trade 



725 

710 

40 

21 

250 

88 

307 

1,600 

9 

150 

250 

400 

100 

7 

8 



A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
.A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 



115-20 



125 
36 
30 
30 
10 
75-425 
2 
12 



43 
15 



$0,975 
16,000 



3,000 

900 

2,640 



2,000 

300 

2,500 



6,000 
105 



November. 

Do. 
February. 
June. 
April. 
January. 
October. 
March. 
January. 
June. 

January. 
February. 



\ 



Baltimore (pop. 669,981 )»-Continued. 

Lime & Cement Exchange 

l.Aimber Exchange 

Manufacturing C')nfectioners' Association 

Meat Packers' Assnciation 

Merchants & Manufacturers' Association 

Music Dealers' A.ssociatif n 

Old Town Merchants & Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Real Estate Brard 

Retail Druggists' Association 

Shoe & I-«ather Board of Trade 

South Baltimore Business Men's Association 

Stationers' Association 

Chestertown (pop. 2,735): Board of Trade 

Crisfield (pop. 3,468): Eastern Shore Business Men s 

Association. 
CumlxTland (pop. 26,686): 

Boosters' Club 

Chamber of Commerce 

Easton (pop. 3,083): Business Men's Association 

Frederick (pop. 11,225): Board of Trade 

Frostburg (pop. 6,028) : Board of Trade 

Hagerstown (pop. 26,125): 

Chamber of Commeroe 

Rotary Club •^-•v 

Oakland (iwp. 1,366): Board of Trade 

PocomokeCity (pop. 2,369): Board of Trade 

Salisbury (pop. 6,690): Business Men's Association. . . 



Num- 
ber of 
njem- 
bers. 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



?3 
66 
25 
25 
2,146 
12 
345 

180 
75 
23 

350 

29 
50 
42 



150 

100 

9 

100 

50 

500 
58 
75 

50 
236 



A4 
A4 
A4 

A4 
Al 
A4 
Al 

A4 

A2 
A4 
Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$10 
25 
10 
10 
25 
15 
5 



Total. 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



$1,000 April. 

December. 

250 January. 

200 November. 

60, 000 January. 

180 September. 

1,488 January 



4 

25 

1 

6-12 

1 

1 



250 



350 



November. 
January 
February. 
April. 

Do. 

Julv. 



150 j January. 

I March. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



500 



25 

12 

2 

1 

3-9 



50 
1,200 



January. 

March. 

January. 

March. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Adams (pop. 14,406): Board of Trade 

Amherst (pop. 6,112): Business Men's Association.. 

Arlington (pop. 13,073): Board of Trade 

Athor(pop. 9,611): Board of Trade 

Attleboro (pop. 19,776): Chamber of Commerce 

Ayer (pop. 2,f97): Board of Trade 

Boston (pop. 7So,245): 

Association of Retail Druggists 

Automobile Dealers' Association 

Back Bay Board of Trade 

Brewers'^ Board of Trade 

Building Trades Employers' Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Clothing Manufactiu«rs' Association 

Commercial Club 

Credit Men's Association 

Dress & Waist Manufacturers' Association 

Druggists' Association 

Employment Managers' Association 

Fisn Bureau 

Fruit & Produce Exchange 

Home Market Club 

Lumber Trade dub 

Manufacturing Jewelers' Association 

Music Trade Association 

Paper Trade Association 

Real Estate Exchange 

Retail Credit Men's Association 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Shoe Traders Club 

South Boston Citizens' Association 

Stationers' Association 

Textile Exhibitors' Association 

Typothetae Board of Trade 

West Roxbury Citizens' Association 

Wholesale Grocers' Association 

Wool Trade Association 

Braintree (pop. 9,587): Board of Trade 

Bridgewater (pop. 7,» 88): Board of Trade 

Brockton (pop. 69,152): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Old Colony Advertising Club 

Shoe Manufacturers' Association 



118 

50 

900 

220 

350 

75 

225 
47 

100 
12 

300 
4,000 

21 
100 
877 

30 
100 
145 

55 
907 
750 

30 

30 
100 
190 
300 

94 

500 

2,100 

235 

175 

00 



508 

56 

383 

125 

79 

950 
30 
29 



Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 

A4 

Al 

A4 

A4 

Al 

A4 

Al 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A2 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A2 

A2 

A4 

Al 

A4 

A4 

A4 

Al 

A4 

A4 

Al 

Al 

Al 
A 4 
A4 



$5 

2 

4 

5 

25 

10 

10 



$590 

100 

1,800 

1,100 

8,S00 

700 






500 



20-30 

25 

100-200 

50 

10 

200 

5 

5-20 

50 

50 

5 

20-35 



5 

5 

15-30 

15 

15 

10 

2 

3-10 

50 



1 

25-35 

10-25 

3 



95,000 



5,000 
8,770 
6,000 
700 
2,250 
5,000 
25,000 



765 



500 



762 

2,000 

40,000 

400 

600 



15 
25 



475 

1,800 



ito 



7,200 
450 



June. 

January. 

April. 

January. 

May. 

January. 

Do. 
June. 

November. 
October. 
January. 
May. 
February. 
May. 
January, 
March. 
Januarv. 
December. 
January. 

Do, 
November. 
February. 

January. 

March, 

January. 

March. 

December. 

February, 

December, 

March. 

June, 

May, 

October, 
November. 
January, 
December. 

June. 
May, 
December. 



72 



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COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



73 






LOCAL— Continued. 
MASSACHUSETTS— Continued. 



LOCAL — Continued. 
MASSACHUSETTS— Continued. 



f 



Tit)' and organization. 



Num- 
herof 
mem- 
bers. 



BrockJinc (pop. 3.?,.*2rO: Board of Trade 

Cambridge (pop. 111,4321: Hoard of Trade 

Chicopee (pop. 29,950): Board of Trade 

Clinton (pop. 13,07.5): Chamber of Commerce , 

Dedham(pop. 10,filS): 

Business Associat ion & Board of Trade , 

East Dedham Business »i; Improvement Asso- 
ciation. 

Dorchester: Board of Trade 

East Bridgewater (pop. 3,363): Board of Trade 

Easthampton (pop. 10^656): Board of Trade 

Everett(pop.40,lf0): Board of Trade 

Fall Hivcr (pop. 128,:J92): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Cotton Manufacturers' Association 

Miister Carpenters & Masons' Association 

Merchants' Association 

Falmouth (pop. 3,144): Board of Trade 

Fitchburg (pop. 42,419): Chamber of Commerce 

Framingham (pop. 14,149): Board of Trade 

Franklin (pop. 6.^'41): Business Association 

Cardner (pop. 17,534): Business Men's Association.. 
Gloucester (nop. 24,398): 

Board of Trade 

Fish Exchange 

Great Barrington (pop. 5,92fi): . 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Creeiifield (pop. 12,2'>l): Board of Trade 

Haverhill (pon. 49,180): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Crocers & rro\ision Dealers' Association. 

Shoe Manufacturers' Association 

Holvoke (pop. 66,503): Chamber of Commerce 

Hudson (pop. 6.743): Board of Trade 

Hyannis: Boara of Trade 

HydoTark: Board of Trade 

LawTence (pop. 102,4*2.3): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Essex County Associated Boards of Trade 

Retail Clerks* Association 

Lee (pop. 4,106): Business Men's Association 

Leominster (pop. 21,365): Chamber of Commerce. . . 
Lowell (109,081): 

B oard of Trade 

Cirocers & Butchers' Association 

I'harmaceutical Association 

Retail Jewelers' Association 

Lynn (pop. 104.534): 

Cham Tber of Commerce 

Real Estate Exchange 

Man.sneld (pop. 6,183): Board of Trade 

Marblehead (pop. 7,338): Board of Trade 

Marlborough (pop. 15,285): Board of Trade 

Mavnard (pop. 6,390): Business Men's Association... 

Medficld (pop. 3,46(;): Board of Trade 

Medford (pop. 26.681 ): Board of Trade 

Merrimac: Board of Trade 

Middlcboro (pop. 9,183): Commercial Club 

Millbury (pop. 4,740): Board of Trade 

Monson (pop. 4,/.'8j: Board of Trade 

Natick (pop. 10,140): Commercial Club 

Kecdham (pop. 6,026): Business Association 6i Board 

of Trade. 
New Bedford (pop. 121,622): 

Board of Commerce 

Cotton Manufacturers' Association 

French-American Chamber of Commerce 

North Adams (pop. 22,019): Chamber of Commerce.. 
Northampton (pop. 20,006): 

Chamber or Commerce 

Credit Bureau 

North Attleboro (pop. 11,248): Board of Trade 

North Easton: EastonClub 



Norwood (pop. 9,862): 
" of Trade 



Board 

Civic Association. 



600 
100 
100 
135 
120 



1,200 

28 

285 

500 




.\nnual 


income. 


Rate. 


Total. 


12 

10 

2-5 

5 

3 
2 

10 


$700 

6,500 

500 

1,600 

222 

195 

2,030 


5 
5 

25 




2,750 
26,000 


26 
3 
3 

10 
3 
5 
3 

10 
30 

2 

1 
3 

5-25 

2 

20 


520 


2.'}0 


1,200 
1,200 


3,180 
450 


600 
5,600 


8,000 


3 

6 

12-1,000 


600 

3.'i0 

1,200 

12,000 


3 

3 

10 

10-100 
1 
2 
3 

25 

3-36 

10 

2 

5 


1,500 

3(>0 

1,920 

g.iM 

100 




15,000 
700 


270 




1 

5 
5 
10 
3 
2 
3 
2.50 

13-25 




500 
500 
2,100 
300 
160 


1,000 
25,000 


3 

6-25 

5 

5-80 

6 

U 

5 
6 


AOO 
7,000 

1,500 

3,000 

900 

960 

1,500 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



January. 
March. 
January. 
Do. 

Febniary. 
January. 

May. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 

October. 

February. 

March. 

ApriL 

March. 

December. 

November. 

October. 

January. 

Do. 
Do. 

October. 
January. 
May. 

January. 

February. 

January. 

Do. 
April. 
January. 

Do. 



May. 

April. 
March. 
January. 
Do. 

Jtme. 

January. 
October. 

Do. 
March. 
January. 
October. 
January. 

Febniary. 

January. 

October. 

April. 

September. 

May. 

January. 

March. 



October. 
April. 
December. 
February. 

January. 
March. 
May. 
October. 

June. 
October. 



City and organ i-'-ation. 



Oak Bluffs: 

Board of Trade 

Oak Bluffs Association 

Onset: Board of Trade 

Palmer (pap. 9,201): 

Business Club 

Merchants' Association 

Peabody (pop. 18,785): 

Jioard of Trade 

Chamber of Commerce 

Pittsfield (pop. 36.678): 

Chamljcr of Commerce 

Employers' Association of Berkshire County 

Grocers' Association 

Retail Food Dealers' Association 

Pljrmouth (pop. 14,001): Chan>ber of Commerce 

Quincy (pop. 39,002): ChamlxT of Commerce 

Reading (pop. 5,818): Business Men's Association... 

Roxbury : Board of Trade 

Salem (pop. 49340): Chamber of Commerce 

Southbridge (pop. 14,465): Board of Trade , 

South Weymouth: Improvement Association 

Springfield (pop. 108,688): 

Associated Ret ail Credit Men , 

Chamber of Commerce 

Employers' Association of Hampden County 

Hampden County Improvement League 

Pharmacists' Association 

Rotary Club 

Stoughton (pop. 6, 316): Chicataubut Club 

Taunton (pop. 36,610): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Manufacturers & Emplovers' Association 

Turners Falls: Board of Tra<ie 

Wakefield (pop. 12,497): Merchants & Business 
Men's Association. 

Walpole (pop. 4,892): Board of Trade , 

Waltham (pop. 31,011): Chamber of Commerce , 

Ware (pop. 9,146): Board of Trade , 

Wareham (pop. 4,102): Board of Trade 

Webster (pop. 13,484): Webster-Dudley Chamber of 
Commerce. 

Westboro (pop. 5,446): Board of Trade 

Westficld (pop. 18,769): 

Board of Trade 

Merchants' Association 

West Somerville: Civic Association 

Whitman (pop. 7,292): Board of Trade 

Williamstown (pop. 3,708): Board of Trade 

Winchendon (pop. 5,678): Board of Trade 

Winthrop (pop. 13.ia5): Board of Trade , 

Worcester (pop. 173.650): 

Advertising Club 

Associal ion of Credit Men 

Associated Retail Credit Men 

Builders' Exchange 

Chamber of Commerce 

Klwanis Club 

Retail Grocers & Provision Dealers' Association. 

Traffic Association 

W holesale C, rocers' Association 

Worcester Tji)otheta? 



Num- 
ler of 
mem- 
bers. 



35 
75 
St9 

125 
45 

220 
330 

451 

70 

14 

25 

2.50 

250 

52 

220 

700 

235 

42 

25 

1,500 

184 

2,000 

40 

163 

100 

215 

46 

175 

120 

180 
300 
175 
78 
200 

96 

169 

62 

260 

200 

100 

100 

50 

86 
153 
110 
100 
975 
175 

65 

59 
4 

20 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A2 
A 2 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
A 2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A2 
A4 
A 4 
A4 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



15 
5 
1 

6-12 
1 

6 
12 

10-100 



3 
5 
6 
2 
5 
5-300 
3 
1 



15-25 



1 

2 
25 
16 

25 

50 

3 

2 

5 
20 

3 

5-15 

20 



5-10 
10 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 

5 

10 

5 

15-25 

10-300 

10 

4 

2 



3-5 



Total. 



MICHIGAN. 



$375 
50 

1,230 
45 

1,300 
6,500 

7,500 



1,250 



104 
1,100 
8,000 

705 



25 
36,000 



40,000 
* '8,666" 



5,375 

8,500 

525 

240 

900 

6,000 

525 

500 

4,000 

300 

961 
620 
500 
400 



200 
100 

500 
1,500 

550 

2,500 

30,000 

1,750 



120 



92 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



Sepktember. 

August. 

January. 

Do. 
April. 

February. 
April. 

Do. 
June. 
August. 
January. 

Do. 

July. 

October. 

May. 

September. 

January. 

June. 

October. 

January. 

December. 

February. 

June. 

December. 



January. 
May. 
Do. 

December. 

January. 

October. 

January. 

October. 

May. 

January. 
September. 

June. 

August. 

January. 

February. 

May. 
Jime. 

Do. 
January. 

Do. 

April. 
October. 

May. 



Adrian (pop. 11,570): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Lenawee County Realty Board , 

Albion (pop. 6,833): Business & Professional Men's 
Association. 

Allegan (pop. 3,419): Board of Trade , 

^Ima (pop. 2,757): Board of Trade 

Alpena (pop. 13,365): Welfare Association 

Ann Arbor (pop. 15,041): Chamber of Commerce 

Bad Ajce (pop. 1,549); Board of Trade 



496 

9 

50 


Al 
A4 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 


125 
6 
6 


$11,025 


600 

1 


150 
300 

500 
125 


3 

2 

10-16 

2 


j 


i 


5,600 
250 



January. 
April. 

February. 

Do. 
December. 
January. 

Do. 



74 



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COMMERCIAL. ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



75 



I 



f 



LOCAL— C'ontinued . 
MICHIGAN— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Battle Creek (pop. 30,159): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Manufeicturers' Association 

Bay City (pop. 4830): 

Bay County Shoe Dealers' Association. ...% 

Board of Commerce 

Builders «fe Traders' Exchange ., 

Retail Grocers & Butchers' Association 

Rotary Club 

Saginaw-Uay City Credit Men's Association.'.' !! 

Belding (pop. 4,119): Board of Commerce 

Benton Harbor (pop. 6,562): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association ....'...'..'. 

Bessemer (pop. 4,583): Merchants' Association 

Big Rapids (pop. 4,519): Board of Trade 

Boyne City (pop. 5,218): Chamber of Commerce 

Buchanan (pop. 1,831): 

Civic Society 

Merchants ' A ssociation 

Cadillac (pop. 10,158) : 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Cassopolis (pop. i ^'ioS) : Commercial Club 

Charlevoix (pop. 2, 120): Commercial Club 

Charlotte (pop. 4,886): Commimity Association 

Cheboygan (pop. 6,859): Chamber of Commerce 

Coldwater (pop. 5,9io) : Industrial Club 

Croswcll (pop. 1 ,380): Commercial Club 

Detroit (pop. 619,648): 

AdcraftClub 

Associated Retail Credit Men 

Association of Credit Men 

Association of Heating & Sanitary Contractors.. 

Automobile Dealers 'Association 

Board of Commerce 

Board of Trade 

Builders' Supply Association 

Business Men's Association 

Butter & Egg Board 

Carpenter Contractors' Association 

Cleaners & Djers' Association 

Coal Exchange 

Convention « Tourist Bureau 

Employers' Association 

General Builders' Association 

Hotel Association 

Independent Cigar Dealers' Association 

Jewelers' Board of Trade 

Lumber Dealers' Associat ion 

Lumbermen's Credit Bureau 

Manufact urers' Clearing House Association. ..... 

Milwaukee Junction Manufacturers' Association 

Music Trades Association 

Produce E xchange 

Real Estate Board '. 

Retail Druggists' Assodation 

Stock E xchange 

Tile Dealers' Credit Association 

TranspOTtatJMj Associat ion 

Typothetae- Franklin Association 

"W holesale Supply Dealers' Credit Association . . , 
Durand (pop. 2,315): Business Men's Association.... 

East Tawas (pop. 1,452): Board of Commerce 

East Lansing (pop. 802): Business Men's Association. 

Escanaba (pop. 15,854): Commercial Club 

Fenton (pop. 2,331): Community Club 

FUnt (pop. 57,386): 

Board of Commerce 

Builders dc Traders' Exchange 

Retailers ' Credit Bureau 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Frankfort (pop. 1 ,655) : Board of Trade 

Fremont (pop. 2,()09): Board of Trade 

Grand Ledge (pop. 2,893): Board of Commerce 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



475 
20 

87 
1,100 
40 
25 
77 
75 
170 

300 

35 

18 

160 

250 

96 
60 

400 

25 

60 

100 

194 



400 
35 

300 

75 

700 

aoo 

32 

6,000 

fi3 

15 

100 

40 

23 

14 

155 

2S0 

233 

11 

15 

150 

75 

66 



3 

76 

20 

44 

229 

200 

30 

6 

100 

153 

9 

SO 

«0 

60 

200 

86 

1,980 
50 
160 
£0 
60 
80 
92 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



Al 
A3 

A2 
Al 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 

A2 

A4 

A4 

A2 

Al 

A4 

A4 

A2 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A2 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A2 

A4 

A3 

A3 

A4 

A4 

A4 

A2 

A4 

A2 

A4 

A4 

A4 

Al 

Al 

Al 

Al 

Al 

Al 
A4 

A2 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 



S25 



2-5 
25 
10 
3 
12 
15 
2-100 

25 



2 
13 



12.50 

15 

2 

4 

13 



5 

10 

15 

100 

800 

25 

100 

180 



50 



50-150 
25 
50 



1 

10 

5 

5 

50 

10 



60 



1 
1 
2 
15-25 
1 

25 



12-180 
6 
2 
5 



Total. 



110,000 



125 

27,500 

400 

75 

924 



2,000 
7,500 



320 
3,125 



5,000 

300 

150 

1,000 

2,400 



400 



10,000 



10, .500 
6,000 



10,000 



15,000 



12,000 
800 
750 



35,000 
""760' 



5,525 
2,000 



720 
10,000 
23,000 



150 

90 

3,000 

86 

48,600 
500 

6,500 
300 
220 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



January. 
Do. 

February. 

Do. 

Do. 
October. 
June. 

Do. 
May. 

Do. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
September. 

January. 



July. 

January. 

February. 

January. 

February. 

May. 

AprU. 

March. 

Do. 
May. 

Do. 
June. 
AprU. 

Do. 
March. 
June. 

January. 

Do. 
February. 

Do. 
March. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 

November. 

June. 

October. 

March. 

December. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 

September. 

July. 

November. 
December. 
January. 



Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
February. 
June. 



t «. 



LOCAL — ^Continued. 
MICHIGAN-Continued. 



City and organization. 



Ntrai- 
bcr of 
mem- 
bers. 



Grand Rapids (pop. 135,450): 

Association of Commerce 

Automobile Business Association 

Builders & Traders' Exchange 

Building Contractors' Association 

Furniture Manufacturers' Association 

liumbermen's Association 

Greenville (pop. 4,045) : Chanil)er of Commerce 

Hamtramck (pop. 3,559): Manufacturers' Association 
Harbor Beach (pop. 1,5.50): Board of Commerce..:.. 
Harbor Springs (pop. 1,805): Chamlwr of Commerce. , 

Hart (pop. 1 ,555): Greater Hart Association 

Hastings (pop. 4,383): Chamber of Commerce 

Hillsdale ( pop . 5.001 ) : Chamber of Commerce 

Holland (pop. I2j4.'>9): 

Chamber of Commerce , 

Mwchants of Holland 

Houghton ( pop, 5. 1 1 .3 ) : 

Association of Commerce 

Copper Country Credit Bureau 

Howell (pop. 2,338): Board cf Commerce 

Imlay City (pop. 1,174): 

Commercial Club 

Communis y Club 

Tonia (nop. 5,030): Business Men's Association 

Iron River (pop. 2,4.'>0): Union Club , 

Ironwood (pop. 15,09.')): Commercial Club 

Ithaca (pop. 1,876): Board of Trade 

Jacksrai (pop. 35,990): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Commercial Chib 

Jackson County Realty Board 

Ki wanis Club 

Rotary Club 

Kalamazoo (pop. 50,048): 

Advert ising League , 

Chaml^r of Commerce 

Retail Grocers & Meat Dealers' Association 

Rotary Club , 

Lansing (pop. 44.499): 

Builders & Traders' Exchange 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Clothiers' Association 

Retail Druggists' Association 

Retail Cirocers & Butchers' Association 

Lapoer( pop. 3,946): Commercial Club 

Lowell (pop. 1 ,761 ): Board of Trade 

Ludington (pop. 10,550): Chamber of Commerce 

Manistee (pop. 12,381 ): Board of Commerce 

Manistiquo (pop.4,722): Chamber of Commerce 

Marquette (pop. 3,.">.')o): Commercial Club 

Marshall (pop. 4,236): Board of Commerce 

Mason (pop. 1,742): Booster Club 

Menominee (pop. 10,507): 

CommercialClub 

Merchants' Protective Association 

Midland (pop. 2,507): Chamber of Commerce 

Monroe (pop. 6.893): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants & Manuficturers' Association 

Mount Clements (pop. 7,707): Business Men's Associa- 
tion. 

Mount Pleasant (pop. 3,972): Board of Trade 

Muskegon (pop. 27.434): 

Chamb^ of Commerce. 

Emnloyers' Association 

Excnange Club 

KivvanisClub 

Muskegon Heights Board of Trade 

Retail Clothiers' & Shoe Dealers' Association ... 

Rotary Club 

Niles (pop. 6,156): Business Men's Association 

Owosso(pop. 10,326): Improvement Association 

Paw Paw (pop. ljG43): Commercial Club 

Petoskey (pop. 4, <78): Chamber of Commerce 

Pontiac (pop. 18,006): 

Board 01 Commerce 

Minuiiacturers' Association 



1,600 
32 

175 
21 
41 
35 

150 
17 
34 
70 



100 
100 

100 
35 

170 

40 

342 

160 
160 
100 
32 
81 
150 

700 
103 
45 
115 
119 

124 

615 

40 

108 

30 

35 

27 

28 

100 

220 

90 

300 

370 

100 

200 



45 

253 

24 

500 

360 

105 
220 

250 

760 



107 
74 

162 
18 
55 
20 

115 
60 

200 

1,000 
22 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A3 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 

A2 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A4 

A4 
A4 

A4 
Al 
A2 
A4 

A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$10-350 

150 

24 

25 



10 

12-24 

25 

18 

3-25 



3 
25 

3 



10 

24 

3 



3 

10 

6 

25 



12 

1 

10 

25 
25 



Total. 



$35,000 
800 



1,985 
425 
204 



300 
2,500 

300 



1,700 
1,500 
1,050 



1 
1 








10 

10 

5 

10 

6 

6 

10 

10 

5 
10-250 

4-10 
10 

5 


600 
810 


20,000 

618 
270 


1,190 


14,000 


1,080 
700 


1 




140 
2,000 
1,675 

500 


3-25 

6-40 

1 

5 

25 

13 

25 


9,000 
3,500 
6,000 



200 

2,530 
144 



13 

5 

12 


4,500 


2,640 
5,000 


13 


9,500 


10 
10 
5 
12 
20 




1,000 
1,000 


2,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



February. 

May. 

January. 

March. 

February. 

May. 

August. 
May. 

Do. 
July. 
January. 

February. 



December. 

June. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Decern lier. 
March. 

Do. 

January. 

Do. 
December. 
January. 
ApriL 

June. 
February. 
April. 
Jime. 

January. 

March. 
January. 

June. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
April. 
Octol>er. 

April. 



1,500 I 
60 ' 
7,500 

30,000 



July. 



Do. 



November. 

March. 

February. 

March. 

January. 

August. 

December. 

January. 

Do. 
December. 

September. 

January. 

February. 

January. 
March. 



1, 



76 



COMMERCIAL OHGAUIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
MICHIGAN— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Nmn- 

berof 

mem- 

bers. 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Port Huron (pop. 18,863): Chaml)er of Commerce. . . 

I'ortlaiid (pop. 1,832): Improvement Club 

Reed City (nop. 1 690): 

Board of Traae 

Osceola County Board of Commerce 

Richmond (pop. 1,277): Business Men's Assodatlon. 

Rochester (pop. 1,516): Commercial Club 

Saginaw (pop. 56,469): 

Raard of Commerce 

Retail (irocers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Saginaw Valley Lumber Dealers' Association... 

Sheet Metal & Roofing Contractors* Association. 

South Side Business Association 

St. Charles (pop. 1,4'>1): Business Association 

St. Clair (pop. 2,6X3): Commimitv Council 

St. Ignace (pop. 2,118): Community Coimcil 

St. Johns (pop. 3,154): Commercial Club 

St. Joseph (pop. 5.936): Chamber of Commerce 



St. Louis (pop. I,4l0): Board of Trade. 
Sault Ste. Marie (pop. 10,538): Ciyic & Commercial 
Association. 

Shelby (pop. 1,260): Commercial Club 

Sparta (pop. 1,203): Business Men's .iVssociation 

Sturgis (pop. 3,63.5): 

Improvement Ajssodation i 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Tawas City (pop. 1,061): Board of Trade 

Tecumseh (pop. 2,332): 

Commerce Club 

(irocers & Meat Dealers' Association 

Throe Rivers (pop. 5,072): 

Boosters' Association 

Retail Business Men 's Association 

Traverse City (pop. 14,090): Chamt>er of Commerce.. 

Union City (pop. 1,390): Booster Club 

Vicksburg (pop. 1,624): Everybody's Improvement 
.A ssociation. 

■\\'heelor: Business Men's Association 

Ypsilantl (pop. 6,320): Board of Commerce 

Zeeland (pop. 1,982): Young Men's Progress Club.. . . 



886 
50 

75 

.125 

50 



1>325 
45 

140 
35 
15 

120 
60 
30 
20 



415 
140 
102 

60 
65 

400 
76 

78 

65 
8 

600 
40 

473 
70 
60 

10 
275 
125 



MINNESOTA. 



Aitkin (pop. 1,63*5): 

Commercial Club 

Merchants' Association 

Albert Lea (pop. 6,192): 

Ad vertising Club 

Business Men's League 

Credit Association !!!!!!!! 

A cxandria (pop. 3,001 ): Comm( rcial Club 

Anoka (pop. 3,972): Commercial Club 

Austin (pop. 6,9m): 

Business Men's Association 

Commercial Club 

BamesviUe (pop. 1,353): Commercial Club 

Baudette (pop. 897): Board of Trade 

BemidjI (pop. 5,099): Civic & Commerce Association. 

Benson (pop. 1,677): Commercial Club 

Blue Earth (pop. 2,319): 

Business Men's Association 

Commercial Club [' 

Brainerd (pop. 9,256): 

Business Men's Association 

Chamber of Commerce '.. 

Breckenridge (pop. 1,840): Commercial Club 

Buffalo Lake: Commercial Club 

Caledonia (pop. 1,372): Commercial Club 

Canby (pop. 1,528): Commercial CJnh 

Cass Lake (pop. 2,011): Commercial Club 

Chatfield (pop. 1,228): Commercial Club 

Chisholm (pop. 7,684): Chamber of Commerce 

Cloquet(pop. 7,031): Commercial Club 

Cokato (pop. 718): Commercial Club 




87 
125 
106 
125 

94 

125 
260 

60 
100 
140 

40 

40 
125 

100 
450 
50 
25 
40 
60 
63 
00 
42 
114 
SO 



Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A2 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A 2 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



Al 
A2 

A4 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A 2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



S25 



25 
6 



10 
U 
t 
1 
1 
5 



tl'25 



5 

10 
12 

2-10 
5 

2-3 

12 

5 

5-10 

30 

6 

10 
10 

12-36 

10 

10 

2 

1 



1 

5-10 

25 

6 



Total. 



t22,000 



150 
500 



33,000 
120 



350 
225 
600 
60 
150 
120 



10 
5-25 


4,000 
500 










400 
500 


130 


1250 
3 

1 






6,500 


60 



1,375 
375 



1185 
1,250 



1,200 
4.166 



300 

750 

5.200 

200 



1,300 

2,500 

8,000 

800 



150 



2,500 

650 

9,300 

2,400 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



May. 

June. 

March. 

Do. 
Do. 

May. 

Do. 
December. 
January. 
I>ecember. 
April 
November. 
January. 

October. 
January. 
June. 

January. 
April. 

September. 

April. 

December. 

January. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
April. 



Do. 



March. 



Do. 

Do. 
October. 
January. 
February. 

May. 

January. 

Do. 
March. 
January. 



Do. 



Do. 
February. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
Angust. 
March. 
November. 
March. 
January. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
MINNESOTA— Continued. 



77 



City and organization. 



Crookston (pop. 7.559): 

Associationof Public Affairs 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Duluth (pop. 97,077): 

Advertising Club 

Board of Trade , 

Builders' Exchange 

Commercial Club 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Ely (pop. 3,572): Commercial Club 

Kveleth (pop. 7,036): Commercial Club 

Fairmont (i>op. 2,958): 

Commercial Club 

Martin County B usincss Men's Association 

Faribault (pop. 9,827): Civic Association , 

Farmington (pop. 1.024): Commercial Club 

IVrgus Falls (pop. 6,887): Commercial Club , 

Cilenwood (pop. 2,161): 

Commercial Club 

Pope County Industrial & Commercial Associa- 
tion. 

Crand Rapids (pop. 2,230): Commercial Club 

Grove City (pop. 351): Meeker County Food Dealers* 
Association. 

Hastings (pop. 3,983): CommcrciahClub 

Hibbing (]x>p. 17,550): 

Business Men's Association , 

Commercial Club , 

Hopkins: 

Business Men's As.sociation , 

Commercial & Manufacturers' Club 

Houston (pop. 700): Commercial Club 

Hutchinson (pop. 2,368): Union Club , 

International Falls (pop. 1,487): 

Commercial Club , 

Merchants' I'rotective Association 

Lake City (pop. 3,142): 

C jmmercial C;lub . 



Retail Merchants' Association 

T ambcrton (pop. 652): Commercial Club 

Laneslxiro (pop. 987): Commercial Club 

LitchOeld (pop. 2,?33): Commercial Club 

Littic Falls (pop. 6,078): 

Board of tiommerce 

CIt ic Improvement League 

Lonp Prairie (pop. 1,250) Community Club... 

Luvcme (pop. 2,540): Commercial Ciub 

Madella (pop. 1,273): 

Business Men's Association 

Commercial Club 

Mankato (pop. 10,356): 
Mankato: 

Builders* Exchange , 

Commercial Club 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Mentor (pop. 222): Commercial Club 

Milaca (pop. 1,102): Business Men's Club 

Minneapolis (pop. 383,442): 

Associated Credit Exchange '. 

Associationof Credit Men 

Automobile Trade Association 

Builders' Exchange 

Business Men 's Association 

Calhoun Commercial Club 

Camden Park Commercial Club 

Chamber of Commerce 

Civic & Commerce Association 

Crystal Commercial Club 

Hay Board of Trade 

Hiehland Park Improvement Association. 

I-ake Harriet Commercial Club 

North Side Commercial Club 

Produce E xchange 

Real Kstate Board 

Retail Druggists' Association 

Retail Grocers' Association 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



244 
9 

50 

204 

100 

1,500 

100 

90 
100 

92 

153 
125 
100 
65 
152 

70 
18 

50 
24 

30 



125 

60 
112 

45 
149 

77 
25 

90 

25 

75 

125 

56 

175 

65 

100 

100 

22 
25 



54 
250 
102 



60 

600 
450 

31 
381 

90 
650 
200 
573 
6,500 
100 

12 

30 
300 
400 



278 
75 
140 I 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
A2 

A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A2 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 

A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 



A4 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

A2 
A2 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 



Annual 


income. 


Rate. 


Total. 


$12 


$3,000 


5 




5,000 

36 

10-25 

6 

12-100 

1 

10 




3,600 
55,000 
1,600 
1,600 
3,000 


10 

8 

12 


1,310 
1,500 


2 
5 

6 


130 
1,824 

400 






2 




8 


240 


6 

5 
12 


3,000 
360 


1 




3 
10 


1,000 
900 


2 
1 


156 


2 




5 
5 

20 


625 
400 

3,500 
2,000 
1,200 
1,200 


5 
15 


1 




10 

10 

8 
1 


600 
2,000 
3,000 


1 




10 
20 


12,000 
9,000 


25 


9,525 

3,000 

27,000 

400 

40,110 

130,000 


50-100 

2 

70 

10-6,000 






1 




10 




10 








25 

/ 

12 


10,000 

525 

5,923 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



November. 
January. 

May. 
January. 

Do. 
October. 
June. 
Aprih 
January. 
May. 

February. 

May. 

January. 

Do. 
February. 



June. 

January. 
September. 

October. 



April 

January. 

Do. 
March. 

January. 



February. 
Do. 

January. 
Do. 

March, 
Octolx>r. 
February. 
January. 



Do. 



May 



February. 

March. 

January. 

February. 

January, 
May. 

Noveml)cr. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
December. 

October. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
March. 
May. 

December. 

January. 



; 



78 



COMMERCIAL OBGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
MINNESOTA— Continued . 



Citv and ortraalzatioQ. 



Minneapolis (pop. 383,442)— Continued. 

Retailors' Association 

St. Anth(Miy Commercial Club 

Salesmanship Club 

South Side Commercial Club 

Traffic Chib 

Twin City Implement. Vehicle & Hardware Club. 

West Side Commercial Club 

Montevideo (pop. 3,056): 

Commercial Club 

Merchants' Association 

Moorhead (pop. 4,S}0): 

Commercial Club 

Merchants' Association 

Morris (pop. 1 ,685): Commercial Club 

New Ulm (pop. 6,648): CoQunercial Club 

Northfteld (pop. 3,265): 

Advertismg Club 

Community Chib 

Olivia (pop. 960): Commercial Club 

Osakis (j)op. 1,013): Commercial Club ; 

Owatonna (pop. 5,658): Commercial Club 

Parkers Prairie (pop. 1,801 ): Community Club 

Pipestone (pop. 2,475): Business Men's Association. . 

Preston (pop. 1, 19^): Commercial Club 

Princeton (pop. 1,555): Commercial Club 

Red Wing (pop. 10,158): 

Advertising Club 

Commercial Club 

Manufacturers' Association 

Redwood Falls (pop. 1,666): Commercial Club 

Rochester (pop. 7,844): Civic & Commerce Associa- 
tion. 

Roseau (pop. 644): Commercial Club 

St. Cloud (pop. 12,013): 

business Men's Association 

Commercial Club , 

St. James (pop. 2, 102 ) : Commercial Club 

St. Paul (pop. 2.57,699): 

Association of Credit Men 

Association of Public & Business Affairs 

Board of Trade 

Builders' Exchange 

Building Material Exchange 

Engineers' Society 

Grain Exchange Association , 

Hay & Grain Board of Trade 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Credit Mon'.s Association 

Retail Druggists' Association 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Rivorview Commercial Club 

Rotary Club 

Town Criers' Club 

Twin City Building Material Exchange 

West End Commercial Club 

St. Peter (pop. 4,176): Business Men's Association . . 

Saulc Centre (pop. 2.157): Commercial Club 

Lhalcopce (pop. 2,302): Association of Commerce 

Silver Lake (pop. 382): Commercial Club 

Sleepy Eye (pop. 2,247): Commercial Club 

South St. Paul (pop. 4,510): Live Stock Exchange. . 

Spring Grove (pop. 610): Commercial Club 

Stillwater (pop. 10,196): 

Civic Club 

Grocers & Butchers' Association 

Tliief River Falls (iioi>. 3,714): 

Commercial Club 

Merchants' Association 

Tracy (pop. 1,876): Commercial Club 

Virginia (pop. 15,954): Citizens' Weltare League 

Wadena (pop. 1,820): 

Business Men's Association 

Commercial Club 

Warren (pop. 1,613): Commercial Club 

Waseca (pop. 3,054): Commercial Club 

Wells (pop. 1,765): Progressive Club 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



«5 
500 
980 
106 
300 

50 
150 

120 
94 

150 

50 

102 

156 

25 
300 

75 
108 
310 

45 
100 
100 

50 

26 
250 

22 
180 
393 



125 
250 
125 

390 
3,000 



225 

15 

220 

25 

27 

75 

90 

80 

104 

375 

188 

150 

10 

260 

65 

120 

16 

40 

135 

83 

54 

180 
24 

250 
50 
95 

200 

25 

82 

112 

140 

100 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



A2 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 

Al 

A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 

Al 
A3 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A2 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



t35 

5 
12 
30 
10 
10 

10 
5 

10 

3 

10 

12 

4 

6 
10 

5-10 
1 
6 
S 
5 

3 

12 

10 

10 

15-25 



10-25 

10-25 

5 

10-20 
10-1,000 



5 

100 

100 

25 

20 

5 

9 

6 

15 

10 



10 

ft-10 

5 

50 

1 

6 

5,000 

1 

6 
12 

a-10 



5 
2 

10 

12 

10 

8 

1 



Total. 



•5,220 



1,276 

10,000 

500 



4,000 
2,100 

750 

150 

900 

1,900 

100 

1,800 

750 

600 

3,000 



600 
500 



78 
3,000 



1,800 
10,000 



1,000 

6,000 

750 

7,000 
87,000 



5,000 
1,100 
1,300 
1,148 
2,000 



400 
1,800 



3,000 
1,750 



500 
500 



54 

1,060 
288 

2,200 



800 



300 
1,000 
1,120 



200 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



Octolier. 
Do. 
March. 
May. 

January. 

March. 

April. 

March. 
February. 

January. 
May. 
January. 
November. 

May. 
April. 
Novemlier. 
Octolier. 
January. 
Da 

Do. 

March. 

May. 

January. 

April. 

January. 

April. 



August. 
February. 
Do. 

May. 

January. 

December. 
January. 

Do. 
August. 
June. 
October. 
Novemlier. 
January. 
Decemlx5r. 
April. 
November. 
June. 
January. 
September. 
FeDruar>'. 
Januar>'. 
July. 

Do. 
January. 
Do. 

December. 



January. 
April. 

Do. 
March. 

January. 

Febniary. 
March. 
Do. 



K 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
MINNESOTA— Continued. 



79 



City and organiz-ation. 


Num- 
l:er of 
mem- 
bers. 


Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 


Annual income. 


L'ate of an- 


Rate. 


Total. 


nual meeting. 


West Duluth: Commercial Club 


125 
125 

565 
80 


Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 


S2 
6 

15 
2 
2 
1 
5 


S500 
2,000 
6,000 


Januarj'. 


Willmar (jiO]). 4,135): Commercial Club 


Do. 


Winona (pop. 1S,5S3): Association of Commerce 

Windom ipon 1.749)- Commercial Club 


February. 
March. 


Winthrop (pop. 1,043): Commercial Club 


50 
35 

105 


100 

35 

5,000 


February. 
December. 
March. 


Wolvorton: Business Men's As.sociation 

Worthineton (nor*. 2,3H5): Commercial Club 







MISSISSIPPL 



"ommerce. 



Aberdeen (pop. 3,708): Industrial As.sociation of 

Aberdeen & Monroe County. 
Belzoni (pop. 1,059): Humphreys' County Commer- 
cial Club. 

Biloxi (pop. 9,982): Chamber of Commerce 

Brookhaven (pop. 5, 29.}): Board of Trade 

Clarksdalo (pop. 4,079): Chamber of Commerce of 
Coahoma Coimty. 

Columbia (pop. 2,029): Commercial Club 

Coiumbus (pop. 10,815): Chamber of Commerce of 
Columbus & I^owndos County. 

Corinth (pop. 5,020): Chamber of Commerce 

Greenwood ( pop. 5,836): Chamber of Commerce 

Grenada (pop. 2,814): Business League 

Oulfport (pop. 6 386): 

Chamber of Comm 

Service Club. 
Hatticsburg (pop. 17,357): Chamber of Commerce. 
Jackson (pop. 31,104): 

Boord of Trade 

Busineas Men's As.sociation 

Rotary Club 

Young Women's Business Clab 

Laurel (pop. 12,313): 

Commercial Club 

Merchants & Business Men's Association. 
Meridian (pop. 21,824): 

Retail Merchants Association 

Rotary Club 

Natchez (pop. 11,791): Chamber of Commerce 

New Albany (pop. 2,032): Union County Progressive 
League. 

Oxford (pop. 2,014): Business Men's Club 

Vicksbur^ (pop. 23,179): 

Board of Irade 

Cotton Exchange 

Rotary Club 

Young Men's Business Club , 

West Point (pop. 4,864): Merchants' Association 

Winona (pop. 2,512): Business Men'sClub 

Yasoo City (pop. 6,796): Yazoo Commercial Club 



101 

200 

125 
116 
300 



125 
200 




Al 

Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 

Al 

A2 

A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Sl-5 

12 

0.25-2.50 
12-120 

4 
13 



$4,000 
" "'729 



12-120 
20 
25 

12-100 

12 

25 

1 

25 
1 

12 

10 
25 



rso 



2,000 



2,000 

500 

7,500 

6,000 

800 



400 
3,000 



20-100 

75 

10 

&-24 

24 



6-120 



750 
15,000 



1,500 

648 

5,000 

1,000 



6,000 



September. 



Do. 

Do. 
Januarj'. 

May. 
October. 

May. 
January. 



Do. 
Do. 
March. 

July. 

Do. 
Do. 

January. 
Do. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

June. 
July. 

Do. 
January. 
Do. 



MISSOURI. 



Aurora (pop. 4,148): Young Men's Industrial League. . 

Ava (pop. 1 13): Conuuercial Club 

Bethany (pop. 1,931): Commercial Club 

Bolivar (pop. 1.971): Commercial Club 

Bonno Torre: Chiunber of Commerce 

Boonville (pop. 4,252): Commercial Club 

Bowling Green (pop. 1,585): Booster Club 

Brookfleld (pop. 5,749): 

Linn County Chamber of Commerce 

Publicity Club 

Cameron (pop. 2.980): Chamber of Commerce 

Cape Girardeau (pop. 11,146): 

Commercial Club 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Carrollton (pop. 3,452): Chamber of Commerce 

Carthage (pop. 9,531): Chamber of Commerce 



100 

16 

400 

95 



20 

150 

50 
100 

300 

42 

49 

100 

525 



Al 
Al 


$1 

5 
2 


S600 


Al 




Al 

Al 


238 


Al 


12 
12 

3 




Al 




Al 


i 


A2 


! 


Al 


5 

12 

9 

15 

1-5 

12 


1 


Al 




A2 


■ 


A4 

Al 


750 


Al 


6,366 



April 
July. 
May. 

Do. 
April. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

May. 

October. 

April. 



80 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL— Continued. 
MISSOURI— Continued. 



City and ort:ani7.ation. 



Canithorsville (pop. S.eSi): Chamber of Commerce... 

Charleston (poo. 3,144): Business Men's Leapue 

Chill icothe (pop. 6,2fv5): Chamber of Commerce 

Columbia (nop. 12,958): Commercial Club 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Crane (pop. 1,002): Community Club 

De Soto (pop. 4,721): Commercial Club 

Dexter (pop. 2,322): Dexter Club & Business Men's 

Leapue. 
El Dorado Sprinps (pop. 2.503): Commercial Club. . . 

Excelsior Spriiips (nop. 3,9<)0): Commercial Club 

Favctto (pop. 2,5S6): Commercial Club 

Flat River (pop. 6,112): Protective A.ssociation 

Frcdericktown (pop. 2,632): Commercial Club 

Fulton (pop. 5,228): Commercial Club 

Gallatin (pop. 1,825): Commercial Club 

Grant City (pop. 1,207): Commercial Club 

Hannibal (pop. 22,399): Chaml>er of Commerce 

Hermann (pop. 1,592>: Commtrcial Club 

Higginsv ille (pop. 2,628): 

Booster Club 

Commercial Club 

Jefferson City (pop. 13,712): 

Retail Mercnants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Joplin (pop. 33,400): Chamber of Commerce 

Kansas City (pop. 313,785): 

Association of Credit Men 

Board of Trade 

Builders' Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Cooperative Club 

Employers' Association 

Knj;ineVrs' Club 

Federation of Improvement Associations 

Fruit &. I'roduceClub 

Graphic Arts & Credit Corporation 

Hay Dealers' Association 

Hotel Keepers' As.sx!iation 

Implement, Vehicle & Hardware Club 

Jovian Electric Leapue 

Live Stock Exchanpe 

Merchants' Association 

Millers' Club 

Motor Car Dealers' Association 

Printers' Supply Club , 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Rotary Club 

Tractor Club 

Traffic Club 

Trianple Club 

Wholesale Jewelers' As.sociation 

Women's Commercial Club 

Kennett (pop. 3,o:i3): Commercial Club 

Kirkville (.pop. 6,347): Commercial Club 

Kirkwood (pop. 4,171): Business Men's Credit A^o- 
ciation. 

Koshkonong (pop. 452): Commercial Club 

Lamar (pop. 2,310): Commercial Club 

Lebanon (pop. 2,430): Young Men's Booster Club. . 

Liberty (pop. 2,980): Commercial Club 

Lilboum (pop. 484): Commcrdal Club 

Louisiana (pop. 4,454): Commercial Club 

Marceline (pop. 3,920): Chamber of Commerce 

Marshall (pop. 4,S69): Commercial Club 

Mary ville (pop. 4,762): Commercial Club 

Memphis (pop. 1,984): Commercial Association 

Mexico (pop. 5,939): Chamber of Commerce 

Miller (pop. 343): Commercial Club 

Moberly (pop. 13,047): Retail Meicbants' Association 
Moneit (pop. 4,177): 

Commercial Club 

Retail Merchants' Protective Association 

Moimtain Grove (pop. 1,722): Commercial Club 

Neosho (pop. 3,661): Advertising Club 

Nevada (pop. 7,176): Chamber of Commerce 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
b«^. 



150 

244 

60 

300 

50 

55 



75 



75 
40 
100 
124 
I.tO 
25 
275 
115 

50 
40 

71 

50 
1,000 

501 

200 

125 

4,725 

200 

300 

230 

40 

75 

85 

55 

24 

50 

120 

306 

50 

25 

69 

25 

850 

340 

312 

31 



100 

19 

67 

100 

256 

30 

50 



115 

50 

25 

100 

40 

350 

184 

100 

107 



32 

75 

46 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



82 
150 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
AS 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 

A2 
A4 

Al 

A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
A I 
A4 
Al 



.\nnual income. 



Rate. 



S12 
13 
5 
24 
5 
5 
5 



10 



12 
4 

5 

5 

12-120 

6 

10 
3 

12 
10 
25 

20 
15,000 



25 


93,187 




15.000 
1,000 


5 
13 


10 


000 







25 

3 

100 

13-75 

20 

250 



5-25 
12 
50 
188 
10 
10 



5 

13 

3 

5 



1 

12 
1 
6 

25 



Total. 



$450 
1,800 
3.200 
1,500 
3,000 



275 



750 
7,000 



1,500 

1,000 

496 

750 

125 

6,000 



80 

752 

500 

25,000 



7,500 



400 

1,500 

360 



10,000 

1,000 

10,000 



8,000 

"ii,666 



1,000 



335 

1,200 

750 

150 



388 



1,104 

*3*g66 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



3 








1 
5 


115 
250 






3 
4 


120 


10 


3,600 


25 


2,675 



January. 
February. 
April. 
Do. 

September. 
December. 

May. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
January. . 
February. 
April. 
January. 



Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
June. 

May. 
January. 

Do: 

October. 

Do. 
January. 

Do. 
September. 

Do. 
December. 

Do. 
November. 

Juno. 
May. 

December. 
September. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

April. 

Do. 

January. 

Do. 
May. 



December. 

Do. 
January. 
May. 

April. 
Do. 
Do. 

July. 

Do. 

January. 
Do. 

Do. 
December. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



LOCAL — Continued . 



MISSOURI— Continued. 



81 



City and organization. 



New Ilavcn (pop. 855): Commercial Club 

North Kansas City: Commercial Club 

Palmyra (pop. 2,168): Commercial Club 

Pattonsbixrg (pop. 1,044): Commercial Club 

Pierce City^pop. 2,043): Business Men's Club 

Poplar Bluff (pop. 6,916): Chamber of Commerce 

6t. Charles (pop. 10,498): 

(Tiamber of Commerce 

Retail Grocers' Association 

St. Joseph (pop. 86,498): 

Building Industry Bureau 

Commerce Club 

Credit Men's Association 

( irain Exchange 

• Hay Exchange 

Retail Grocers & Butchers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

St. Louis (pop. 779,951): 

Advertising Club 

Affiliated Improvement Association of North 
& Northwest St. Louis. 

Associated Laundry Owners 

.Vssociated Retail Credit Men & Credit Bureau. . 

Associated Retailers 

Association of Credit Men 

Association of Retail Jewelers 

Automobile Manufacturers & Dealers' Associa- 
tion. 

Prick Manufacturers' Association 

lUiilding Industries AsscKuation 

Putter, Kgg «S: Poultry Exchange 

Carondelet Improvement Association 

Cement Contractors' Association 

Cigar Manufacturers' Association 

Coal Club 

Convention & Publicity Bureau 

Credit Merchants' Association , 

Cycle Trades Association 

Pisplavmen 's Association 

Llectrical Board of Trade 

Engineers' t lub 

E lectrical Contractors' Association 

Fruit & Produce Exchange 

Furniture Board of Trade 

<Jrand-Gravois Business Men's Association 

Heating & Piping Contractors' Association 

Implement, \ ehicle & Hardware Association 

Junior Advertising Club 

Lumber Trade Exchange , 

Lumbermen 's Exchange , 

Manufcu turers' Association , 

Merchants' Exchange 

Millers' Club , 

Millmen's Association 

Motor Accessory Trade Association 

Municipal Contractors' Association 

North St. Loiiis Business Men's Association 

Paint. Oil «& Varnish Club 

I'etroleum Club 

Railway Club 

Real Estate Exchange 

Retail Druggists' Association 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Retail Hardware Association 

Rotary Club 

h^hect Metal Consumers' Protective Association . . 

t-heet Metal Contractors' Association 

South Broadway Merchants & Manufacturers' 

Southwestern Mercantile Association 

Stock Exchange 

Storage Battery Trade Association 

Traffic Club 

West End Business Men's Association 

Sedalia (pop. 19,711): Chamber of Commerce 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



30 

9t) 

70 

125 

100 

230 

1^ 
15 

105 
1,303 

130 
02 
30 
59 
32 

500 
54 

52 
300 
tH) 
1,000 
10 
02 

15 
217 



400 
10 



125 

800 

8 

10 

98 

300 

GOO 

8 

57 

50 

75 

25 

65 

150 

25 

65 

140 

885 

104 

20 

96 

35 

1,059 

61 

46 

1,002 

200 

200 

751 

85 

225 

CO 

21 

150 

215 
50 
22 

500 
1,500 

210 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 

A4 

Al 
A4 
A4 

A4 
A2 
A2 

A4 
Al 

A4 
A 4 
A2 
A4 
A3 
A4 

A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A3 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 

A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



S-3 
4 



5 
25 

25 
6 

25 

10-25 

10 



100 

5 

25 

20 



6-22 

15-2,500 

75-1,200 

25 

5 

20 

10 
24 
50 
1 
10 



5 
25-5,000 



10 

5 

5 

10 

10 



50-150 
3 



15 

6 

1,000 

40 

50 

1,000-1,200 
12 



15 

50 

2 

15 

5 

2 

10-30 

12 

6 

3 

25 

12 

12 

3 






15 

12 

150 

6-60 



Total. 



f,500 
6,000 

3,750 
90 



40,000 
1,300 



300 
3,000 

10,000 



7,000 

25,000 

15,000 

25,000 

200 

1,100 



5,200 

1,«X)0 

400 

298 



75,000 



150 

490 

15,000 

10.000 

'900 



3,500 



700 
25,000 



6,000 
100,000 



1,400 
1,750 
2,500 

765 
250 



4,800 
'5,066 



450 

430 
2,500 

330 
5,000 
2,250 
6,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



November. 

March. 

January, 

May. 

October. 
December. 

January. 
Do. 

April. 

October. 



January. 

Do. 
March. 
May. 

April. 

November. 
February. 

January. 
Do. 

April. 
May. 

January. 
July. 
June. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
NovembOT. 

Do. 

Do. 
May. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
March. 
January. 
Jtme. 

February. 
April. 

Do. 
Do. 
January. 

Do. 
May. 
January. 

Do. 



April. 
January. 

Do. 

October. 



148759°— 20 6 



82 



COMMERCIAL, ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
MISSOURI— Continued. 





Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 


Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 


Annual Income. 


Date of an- 


City and organization. 


Rate. 


Total. 


nual meeting. 


• 

Sikeston (pop. 3,327): Commercial Club 

South St. Joseph: Live Stock Exchange 

Springfield (pop. 41,109): 

C lamber of Commerce 


50 
94 

1,129 

42 

180 

105 

90 

100 

85 

60 


Al 
A4 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 


$0 








November. 


w 


$22,5<« 

6,000 

700 


January. 


Tf»hb>(»r« Xr TVffvniifar'tiirprs' \<?<;f)ri'\tion 


May. 


TrPTitnn Tnon 5 ()o»j V Commercial Club 


5 

1 
6 
1 
25 
3 


February. 


Vandalia (pop. 1,595): Chamber of Commerce. 

Wjirrpn^burB f T»OD. 4 689'): Commercial Club 




COO 
500 


Do. . 


'Wn<?hinptnn Tnon 3 670V Commercial Club 


January. 


Webb Citv(pop. 14,082): Chamber of Commerce 

WAst Plains ^ DOT) 2911V Commercial Club 


October. 


150 









MONTANA. 



Anaconda (pop. 10.681): 

Business Men's Exchange 

Rotary Club 

Baker: Chamber of Commerce 

Big Sandy : Commercial Club 

Billing8(pop. 15, 123): 

Billings-:Midland Club 

Credit Men's Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Bozeman (pop. 5.107): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Gallatin County Employers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Exchange of Gallatin County.. 

Bridgcr (pop. 514): Commercial Club 

Butte (pop. 44,057): 

Advertising Club 

Association of Credit Men 

Chamber of Commerce 

Fruit Jobbers' Credit Bureau 

Chinoook (pop . 780): Chamber of Commerce 

Columbus (pop. 621 ): Stillwater Commercial Club . . . 

Deer Lodge (pop. 2,570): Chamber of Commerce 

Eureka (pop. 603): Commercial Club 

Forsyth (pop. 1,398): Community Club 

Glasgow (pop. 1,158: Chamber of Commerce & Agri- 
culture. 

Giendi ve (pop. 2,428) : Chamber of Commerce 

Great Falls (pop. 13,948): 

Commercial Club 

Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Havre (pop. 3,624): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Helena (pop. 13,789): 

Commercial Club 

Retail Merchants' Exchange 

KalispeJl (pop. 5,549): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Kalispell Club 

Flathead Merchants' Association 

Lewistown (pop. 2,992): 

C hambcr of Commerce 

Credit Association of Fergus County 

Livingston (pop. 5,359): 

ParkCounty Business Protective Association — 

Park County Chamber of Commerce 

Malta (pop. 433): Commercial Club 

Miles City (pop. 4,697): Chamber of Commerce 

Missoula (pop. 19,075): Chamber of Commerce 

Park City: Cnamber of Commerce 

Bed Lodge (pop. 4,860): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Credit Association 

Roundup (pop. 1,516): Commercial Club 

Scobey : u ommercial C lub 



40 
59 
51 

85 

400 
33 
60 

250 
50 
90 
60 

104 
42 

300 

7 

40 

100 

100 
40 
80 

158 

300 

850 

125 

75 



30 

972 
75 



150 
35 

816 
44 

27 
200 

93 
200 
700 



135 

30 

217 



A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A2 

Al 
A4 
A2 
Al 

A4 
A4 

Al 
A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 

Al 

A2 

Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 
Al 
Al 



$36 
10 



15-60 

60 

7 

12-eoo 



12 

<I0 

24 

100 

3 

« 

6-100 



6-600 
12 

13 

12 

5 

12 



12-600 
36 



10-20 
3-10 

10 
1-6 

24-36 



6 
12 
12 



tl,180 



13,000 
2,000 



9,000 



1,000 



6,000 
630 



1,000 
2,500 



6,000 
6,000 

9,000 

17,000 

3,600 

900 



6,000 

18,650 
2,700 



2,000 
1,500 

8,160 



2,700 

9,000 
10,000 



10 
10-300 



1,750 



6,780 



June. 

Do. 
January. 
August. 

December. 
July. 



October. 

Jime. 
March. 

June. 

February. 

January. 

December. 
February. 
January. 

Do. 
May. 
January. 

February. 

January. 

May. 

April. 



Do. 

March. 
January. 



Do. 
Do. 

March. 



January. 

February. 

June. 

February. 

December. 



February. 
October. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
NEBRASKA. 



83 



City and organization. 



Albion (pop, 1,584): Commercial Club 

Allen (pop. 371): Commercial Club 

Alliance (pop. 3,105): Community Club 

Atkinson (pop. 810) : Community Club 

Auburn (pop. 2,729): Commercial Club 

Beatrice (poP- 10,437): Community Club 

Blair (pop. 2,584): Chamber of Commerce 

Bloonmefd (pop. 1,2&4): Commercial Club 

Broken Bow (pop. 2,260): Public Ser-sice Club 

Cedar Rapids (pop. 576): Community Club 

Central City (pop. 2,428): 

Commercial Club 

Community Welfare Association 

Clay Center (pop. 1,065): Commercial Club 

Coleridge (pop. 535): Community Club 

Columwis (pop. 5,014): Commercial Club 

Corad (pop. 1,096): Commercial Club 

Crawora (pop. 1,323): Chamber of Commerce 

Creston (pop. 338) : Commercial Club 

Crofton (pop. 610): Commercial Club 

Curtis (pop. 613): Community Club 

Dalton (pop. 207): Community Club 

David City (pop. 2, 177): Commercial Club 

Deshler (pop. 675) : Commercial Club 

Elba (pop. 302): Community Club 

Emerson (pop. 838) : Community Club 

Fairmont (pop. 921 ) : Commercial Club 

Falls City(pop. 3,255): Young Men's Booster Club. 
Fremont (pop. 10,080): 

Commercial Club 

Retail Merdiants' Association 

Friend (pop. 1.261): Commercial Club . 



Gene\'a (pop. 1,741): Community Club 

Grand Island (pop. 13.133): Commercial Club. 

Harrison (pop. 186): Commercial Club 

Hartington (pop. 1.413); Commercial Club 

Harvard (pop. 1, 102) : Commimity Club 

Hastings (pop. 11,292): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Havelock (pop. 2,680): 

Community Club. 



Retailers' Association 

Hebron (pop. 1,778): Commercial Club 

Holdrege (pop. 3,030): Commercial Club 

Kearney (pop. 6,202): Commercial Club 

Leigh (pop. &67): Community Welfare Club. 
Lexington (pop. 2,059): Community Club . . , 
Linoom (pop. 46,957): 

AdCfubl 

Commercial Club 

Manufacturers' Association 

Retail Credit Men's Association 

Rotary Club 

Lindsay (pop. 465): Community Club 

Lodge Polo (pop. 245): Community Club . . . 

Long Pine (pop. 781 ) : Commercial Club 

Loup City (pop. 1,128): Commercial Club. .. 
Lynch (pop. 583): Commercial Club . 



McCook (pop. 3,765); 

Commercial Club 

Retail Association , 

Madison (pop. 1,708): Community Club 

Meadow Grove (pop. 388): Commercial Club , 

Minden (pop. 1,559): 

Advertising Club 

Community Club 

Nebraska City (pop. 5,488): Business Men's Associa- 
tion. 

Nehawka: Commercial Club 

Neligh (pop. 1,566): Commercial Club 

Nelson (pop. 978): Community Club. . . : 

Newman Grove (pop. 850): Tri^Dounty Community 
Club. 

Norfolk (pop. 6,025): Commercial Club , 

North Platte (pop. 4J93): Chamber of Commerce 

Oakdale (pop. 631): Public Welfare Club 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



222 



175 
75 
75 
225 
153 
50 
90 
55 

75 
45 



500 

195 

39 

75 

24 



45 
45 

250 
80 
36 
50 
28 

300 

300 

100 

70 

75 
605 



125 
80 

450 
140 

64 

14 

70 

150 

175 

50 

600 

50 
1,796 

210 
65 

220 
60 
45 
90 
40 
40 

175 

40 

110 

52 

198 
100 
300 

100 

80 

152 

225 

333 

150 

60 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 

Al 
A3 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 

Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Hate. 



?3 

2 

6-150 



5 
12 
6 
2 
25-30 
2 

10 
9 



1 

5-60 
1 



12 
2 



6 
5 

45 
25 

5 

2-3 

12 



6 

10 

2 

15 

25 

1 

3 

6 

5 

2 

10 
1 
3 
1 

6 

2 

6-100 



5 

6 

3-6 



10 
"2 



Total. 



$2,000 



6,000 



375 
2,400 



100 
2,700 



750 

1,000 

500 



4,100 
600 

1,500 
300 



2,650 



250 

672 

3,000 

9,000 



300 
15,000 



1,000 
1,000 

10,000 
6,000 

500 



1,200 



2,100 
100 



300 

25,000 

220 

975 

5,000 

60 



1,620 
240 



2,000 
900 
330 



1,200 

200 
3,500 

500 
1,000 
4,000 
2,000 

7,500 
8,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



January. 

March. 

April. 

January. 

February. 

January. 

March. 

February. 

January. 

April. 

May. 

June. 

January. 

March. 

January. 

Do. 
November. 
BCay. 

Do. 
December. 
September. 
January. 
April. 
February. 

Do. 

May. 
Do. 
January. 
April. 
January. 

Do. 
May. 

February. 
Do. 

April. 
January. 

Do. 
February. 

January. 



October. 

Do. 

Do. 
May. 
April. 

Do. 

January. 



May. 

January. 

May. 



Do. 

Do. 

Mardi. 



February. 

NovemfcJer. 

January. 

Do. 

May. 
January. 



84 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF HNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
NEBRASKA— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Omaha (pop. 180,264): 

Ad vcrtisinp-Sellinjr I^eaguc 

Associated Retailers 

Ass(X"iation of Credit Men 

Builders' Exchange 

Chamber of Commerce 

Grain Exchanpc 

Live Stock Exchan.ee 

Manufacturers' Association 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Credit Men's Association 

Retail Grocers' Association 

South Omaha Business Men's Association 

O'Neill (pop, 2,089): Commercial Clnb 

Osceola (pop. l,10o): Commercial Club 

Papillion (pop. 624): Commercial Club 

Pawnee City (pop. 1,610): Pawnee County Com- 
munity Club. 

Petersburg (pop. 533): Community Club 

Plattsmoutn (pop. 4,287): CommercLil Club 

Randolph (nop. 1,137): Community Club 

Red Cloud (pop. 1,686): Chamber of Commerce 

St. Paul (pop. 1,336): Commercial Club 

Sargent (pop. 651 ): Home Defense League 

Schuyler (pop. 2,152): Commercial Club 

Scottsblun (pop. 1,746): Commercial Club 

Seward (pop. 2,106): Commercial Club , 

Sidney (pop. 1,185): Community Association 

Spencer (pop. 671): Community Club 

Stromsburg (pop. 1,355): Community Service Asso- 
ciation. 
Superior (pop. 2,106): 

Commercial Club 

Grain Exchange 

Syracuse (pop. 842): Community Club 

Tekamah (pop. 1,524): Commercial Club 

Tildcn (pop. 901): Community Club 

University Place (pop. 3,200): Commercial Club 

Wahoo (pop. 2,168): Community Club 

Wakefield (pop. 861): Commercial Club 

Wa>-ne (pop. 2,140): Commercial Club 

Wil'sonville (pop. 385): Community Club 

Wolbach (pop. 563): Commercial Club 

York (pop. 6^35): York County Community Club.. 



200 

100 

115 

113 

1,800 

200 

243 

175 

126 

505 

350 

141 

80 

64 

53 

67 

60 
200 
100 
140 

53 

70 
100 
150 
192 
215 
100 

65 



120 

10 

90 

l.iO 

85 

150 

150 

100 

150 

60 

30 

265 



A4 

A2 
A3 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A3 
A4 
A2 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$12 

25 

25-60 

32 

30 

10,000 

5,000 



5-20 
10 



Total. 



tl.390 
6.500 
8.000 
3,600 

53,000 



259 
1,085 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



12 
6 
5 
3 

3 
5 
5 

e-12 

5 

1 

4 

10 

5-10 
12 

7.50 
2 



5 
25 
2 
1 
1 
5 
5-12 
2 
3 
4 
5 
5 



960 



50 
201 

175 
1,000 
1,000 
1,200 

200 



400 

10,000 

2,320 

10,000 

750 



720 
2,500 



500 

400 

7.50 

3,500 



250 
'8,666" 



June. 

September. 
May. 
January. 

Do. 
November. 
January. 

Do. 
December. 
June. 
October. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
May. 

October. 

December. 

February, 
January. 

Do. 
March. 
February. 
January. 

Do. 



July. 

Jime. 
January. 
December. 
Do. 

Do. 

January. 

Do. 



NEVADA. 



Carson City (pop. 2,466): Greater Carsoo Club 

Elko: Association of Retail Merchants 

Pioche: Commercial Club 

Reno (pop. 15,514): Commercial Club 

'Winnemucca: Business Men's Associati<«i — 



87 
17 
30 

400 
36 



Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 



S12 

10 

12 

10 

12-36 



11,000 

8,000 
300 

8,000 
700 



January. 
April. 
March. 
December. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Berlin (pop. 13,892): Chamber of Commerce 

Bethlehem: Board of Trade 

Charlestown: Board <rf Trade 

ConcOTd (pop. 22,858): 

Board of Trade 

Granite Manufacturers & Quarry Owners' Asso- 
ciation. 
Derry (pop. 5,123): 

Board of Trade 

Merchants' Association 

Dover (pop. 13,276): Board of Trade 

FranMin (pop. 6,132): Retail Merchants' Association. 

Keene ( pop. 10,725): Commercial Club 

Laconia (pop. 11,745): 

Chamoer of Commerce 

Lalt© City Club 



270 
25 


Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 

Al 
A2 
Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 


125 
2 
2 

2 
6 


$6,750 


November. 
June. 


50 




February. 


2.50 
23 

28 


600 
138 


September. 
January. 


18 

150 

80 


1 
2 
1 


IS 
300 


October 

February, 

January. 


150 




Do! 




5-200 
12 


5,000 


June. 


100 


January. 



COMMERCIAL ORGAXIZATIOiJ^S OF UNITED STATES. 



85 



LOCAL — Continued. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Lancaster (pop. 3,0.54): Civic «fc Trade Association... 

Lebanon (pop. 5,718): Chamber of Commerce 

Lisbon: Board of Trade 

Littleton (pop. 4,069): Board of Trade 

Mnnchester (pop. 79,607): Chamber of Commerce 

Mil ford (pop. 3,939): 

Board of Trade 

Merchants' As.sociation 

Nashua (pop. 27 ,.541): 

Roara of Trade 

Merchants' Association 

Newport (pop. 3,765): Board of Trade 

Portsmouth (pop. 11,730): Chamber of Commerce.... 

Rochester (pop. 9,160): Chaml^er of Commerce 

Til ton: Tilton & Northfield Board of Trade 

Woodsvillc: Board of Trade 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



150 
175 
80 
1.50 
600 

100 
45 

77 
100 
130 
200 
250 



65 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$2 
5 
2 
2 

25 

1-5 



10 
3 
1 
5-50 
2 
2 
3 



Total. 



$300 

1,000 

160 

300 

15,000 

300 



800 

300 

200 

3,500 

500 



200 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



January. 
February. 
January. 
December. 



March. 



February. 

January. 

April. 

January. 

December. 



vl 



NEW JERSEY. 



Arlington: Merchants' Protective Association of 

Kearny and Arlington. 
Asbury Park (pop. 14,629): Chamber of Commerce... 
Atlantic City (pop. 59,515): 

Automobile Trades Association 

Boardwalk Merchants' Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Hotel Men's Association 

Publicitv Bureau 

Rotary Club :„;-\ 

Atlantic Highlands (pop. 1,645): Boara of Trade 

Bayonne (pop. 72,204): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Civic Associat ion 

Bclmar(pop. 1,433): Board of Trade 

Bloomfield (pop. 14,425): Board of Trade 

Boonton (pop. 4,930): Board of Trade 

Bwdentown (pop. 4,250): Citizens' League 

Bound Brook (pop. 3,970): Manufacturers' Club 

Bridgeton (pop. 14,425): 

Automonile Dealers' Association 

Commercial League 

Merchants' Association 

Caldwell (pop. 2,236): Board of Trade 

Collingswood (pop. 4,795): Board of Trade 

Camden (pop. 10S,llf ): Chamber of Commerce 

Cape May (nop. 2,741): Board of Trade 

Cranford: Civic Board 

Dover (pop. 7,4GS): Chamber of Commerce 

Dunnellen (pop. 1,990): Board of Trade 

F.a.>*t Orange (pop. 43,761): Board of Real Estate 

Elizabeth (nop. 88,830): 

Broad Street Improvement Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

First Street Association 

Elmer (pop. 1,107): Chamber of Commerce 

Flemington (pop. 2,093): Chamber of Commerce 

Freehold (pop. 3,233): Chamber of Commeice 

Garfield (pop. 15, 109): Board of Trade 

Gloucester City (pop. 11,375): Board of Trade 

Uackettstown (pop. 2,715): 

Board of Trade 

Merchants' Association 

Hanimonton (pop. 5,088): Board of Trade 

llightstown ( pop. 1,879): Board of Trade 

Hoboken (pop. 78,324): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 



Jersey City (pop. 318.770): 

Business Men's As.soc-iatiQn. 




Grocers' Association , 

Hudson City Board of Trade 

Monticeilo Avenue Business Men's As.sociation.. 
Retail Grocers' AssociatioD of Hudson County.. 
Rotary Club 



109 
100 

60 
300 
60 
400 
40 
75 
40 

20 
275 

75 
125 

25 
992 
100 
2:^2 
140 

62 

25 

49 

815 

100 

75 

99 

125 



500 

57 

50 

150 

50 

900 
125 

150 
125 
110 
100 
55 
69 



A4 

Al 

A4 
A2 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A3 

A4 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 

A2 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

A2 
A2 
A2 
A2 
A2 
A4 



$25 

10 

10-25 

10 

10 



10-12 
1 

50 
12 
2 
2 
3 
1 
15-50 



-5 
3 
2 
1 

25 



5 

25 

1 

1 

5 
25 
3 
2 
2 
2 



4 
6 
1 
3 

25 
10 

25 



25 



$7,500 

600 

750 

5,260 

750 



3,000 
1,500 



1,000 
120 



25 
24,800 



1,1(K) 
3,500 



100 

400 

20,000 

300 



198 
250 



500 

228 

300 

60 

150 

22,500 
1,250 



700 



400 
1,725 



March. 

December. 
October. 

Do. 
February. 

Do. 

January. 

October. 

April. 

March. 

January. 

Febnwy. 

March. 

May. 

January. 

April. 

May. 

March. 

April. 

November. 

April. 

December. 

March. 

April. 

January. 
March. 
February. 
Do. 

January. 

March. 
February. 
June. 
October. 

November, 



April. 

February. 

January. 

March. 

January. 

June. 



86 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
NEW JERSEY-Continuod. 



City and organization. 



Keyport (pop. 3,554): Monmouth Mamifacturors' 
Association. 

Lakewood: Chamber of Commerce 

Lambertville (pop. 4,657): 

Chamber of Commerof 

Merchants' Association 

Lons lirancti (pop. 1.t,7.S3): Chamber of Commerce. . . 
Matawan (pop. 1,64*.): Merchants' Pn^tcctive Asso- 
ciation. 

Medford : Board of Trade 

Metnchen (pop. 2,13>i): Chamber of Commerce 

Millville (pop. 13,813): 

Mnnieipal Leajruc 

Ret ail Merchants' Bureau 

Mount T lolly : Business Men's Association 

Newark (pop. 42S 684): 

Board of Trade 

Ironboimd Improvement .\ssociation 

Manufacturing Jewelers' Association 

Traffic Club 

New Bnmswick: Board of Trade 

Newton (pop. 4,467): Board of Trade 

Ocean City (pop. 1,950): 

Board of Trade 

Young Men's Prc^res^^i ve League 

Ocean Grove: Hotel Association 

Orange (pop. 33.636): 

Civics (!lub 

Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club of the Oranges 

Passjwc (pop. 74,478): 

Board of Trade 

Industrial Council of Wool Manufacturers 

Rotary Chib 

Patersoa (pop. 140,512): 

Chamber of Commerce , 

Coal Dealers' Association 

Employers' Association 

Grocers' Association 

Market Street Business Men's Improvement 
Association. 

RetailJewefers' Association 

Westsidc Improvement & Protective Association. 

Paulsboro (pop. 2,121): Board of Trade 

Penns Grove (pop. 2,118): Chamber of Commerce — 

Perth Amboy (pop. 42,646): Board of Trade 

Phillipsburg (TX)p. 15>79): Board of Trade , 

Pitman (pop. 1,050) : Board of Trade 

Plainfield (pop. 24,330): 

Business Men's Association , 

Chamber of Commerce 

Pleasantville (pop. 4,3t)r)): Chamber of Commerce — 

Rahvrav (pop. 10,361): Board of Trade 

Ridgcwood (pop. 5,116): Business Men's Association. 

Rosclle Park (pop. 3, 13S): Citizens' League 

Rutherford (pop. 7,Mo): Business Men's Association. 
Sea Isle City (pop. 551): Cape May Cotmty Chamber 
of Commerce. 

Somerville (pop. 5,060): Chamber of Commerce 

South Orange (pop. 6,014): Board of Trade 

South River (pop. 4,772): Chamber of Commerce 

Spring Lake Beach (pop. 853): Chamber of Commerce 
Summit (pop. 7,500): 

Board of Trade 

Business Men's Association 

Toms River: Board of Trade 

Trenton (pop. li;i,794): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Kiwanis Club 

Rotary Chib 

Rubber Manufacturers' As.sociation 

Sanitary Potters' Association 

Union llill: Retail Merchants' Association 

Ventnor Citv (pop. 491 ): Board of Trade 

Vinchmd (pop. 5,282): Chamber of Commerce 

Washington (pop. 3,567): 

Board of Trade 

Industrial Association 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



25 

3oe 

75 
57 

80 
50 



60 

90 

60 
110 

1,000 

200 

32 

270 

300 

95 

100 
100 
135 

64 
75 
S6 

336 

6 

75 

1,050 
36 



63 
85 

40 
150 

20 
108 
300 
400 
125 

%i 
70 
75 

180 

60 

175 

48 



135 
60 

110 
74 

175 

43 

160 

982 

120 

106 

1» 

34 

60 

150 

108 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



100 



A3 

Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A4 

Al 
Al 
A4 

Al 
A4 
A4 

Al 
A4 

A3 
A2 
A2 

A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 



Annua! Income. 



Rate. 



110 
3 

I 

6 
25 



3-5 
5 



25 
1 

20 
5 

25 
4 

3 

6 

10 



6 
15 

10 



7.50 

25 
5 



1.20 

1 

5 

25 



15 
5 
5 
6 

10 
1 
5 

25 

3-12 

5 

10-25 

1 

5 
6 
2 

25 

15 

25 

100 



12 

6 

20 



3 1 



Total. 



$250 
600 



2,000 



300 
450 



500 

25,000 

150 

040 

1,300 

7,500 

380 

300 

"2,'666 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



450 I 
1,000 

3,360 ■ 



750 

23,000 
3,400 



400 
300 



ISO 



1,000 

10,000 



500 
1,500 



•00 
600 
175 



2,000 

1,000 

300 

3,500 

74 

875 



200 

24,550 
1,200 
2,575 
1,900 

12,000 



2,160 



January. 

May. 

April. 

January. 



I>o. 
May. 

April. 

August. 

Jamiarj'. 

Do. 
April. 
November. 
May. 

Do. 

January. 

Do. 
May. 

October. 
Jtme. 

January. 

Do. 
April. 

June. 

October. 

Januarr. 

December. 

April. 



January. 

December. 

January. 

November. 

May. 

Jannary. 

Do. 
October. 

January. 
November. 
March. 
December. 
Septembei . 

December. 

June. 

Ftbruary. 



May. 

January. 

May. 

Febmary. 

December. 

June. 

December. 

January. 

Augjist. 
June. 

January. 






COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — C'ontinued. 
NEW JERSEY— Continued. 



87 



City and organization. 



Wcstfield (pop. 6,420): Retail Merchants' Association 
West irol)oken (F>op. 4I,.386): 

Li(|U()r Dealers' Association 

Merc hants' Protective Association 

Wild wood (pop. 898) : Board of Trade 

Woodbridge: Board of Trade 

Woodbury (pop. 45642): Gloucester Coimty Retail 
Mercliahts*^ Association 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



40 

67 
100 
140 

30 

110 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



A2 

A4 
A2 
Al 
Al 

A2 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$3 

8 
1 

25 
10 

1-3 



Total. 



$120 

530 

200 

3,500 

300 

300 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



January. 



February. 

November. 

July. 

Jannary. 



NEW MEXICO. 



Alamogordo: Commercial (Hub 

Albuquerque (pop. 14,509): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Aztec (pop. 509): Commercial Club 

Carlsbad (pop. 1,73(>) : Commercial Club 

Clavton (pop. 970): Rotarv Club 

Clovis (pop. 3,255): Chamber of Commerce 

Dcming (pop. 1,864): Chamber of Commerce 

East Las Veitjas: CJommcrcial Club 

Las Vegas (pop. 3,755): Business Men's Association. . 

Raton (pop. 4,5.39): Rotary Club 

Roswell (pop. 6,172): 

Advertising Club 

Chamber of Commerce 

Santa Fe (pop. 5,072): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Woman's Board of Trade 

Silver City (pop. 3,217): Grant County Chamber of 

Commerce 
Tucumcari (pop. 2,526): Chamber of Commerce 




80 

150 

26 

20 

12 
300 

125 

62 

350 

125 



Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 

A4 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 



$15 

30 
2.50 
20 
12 
36 



24-300 

15 

5 

12-15 

3 

12 

15 
1 



25 



$750 

23,000 
2,300 



2,000 
1,396 



5,000 
500 



50 
12,000 

6,000 
3,000 



3,000 



April. 

January. 

June. 

January. 

Do. 
May. 

December. 
October. 
January. 
June. 

January. 
Do. 

April. 
January. 



February. 



NEW YORK. 



Adams (pop. 1,458): Board of Trade 

Addison (pop. 2,004): Board of Trade 

Akron (pop. 1,677): Board of Trade 

Albany (pop. 112,565): 

Arbor llill Improvement Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Coal Merchants' Association 

Delaware Avenue Section Improvement Associa- 
tion. 

Electrical Association ^ 

North End Improvement Association ■ — 

Pine Ilills Association 

Real Estate Board 

Second Avenue Improvement Association 

Society of Civil Enuineers 

South End Business Men and Taxpayers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Woodlawn Improvement Association 

Albion (pop. 5,016): Men's League 

Alexandria Bay (pop. 1,899): 

Board of Trade 

Business Men's Association 

Arcade (pop. 1,291): Board of Trade 

Auburn (pop. 37,823): Chamber of Commerce 

Avoca (pop. 1,057): Business Mens Association 

Baldwinsville (pop. 3,099): Board of Trade 

Ballston Spa (pop. 4. 138): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Motjantile Protective Associaticm 

Batavia (pop. 13,595): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Manufacturers' Association 

Bath (pop. 3,884): 

Board of Trade 

Industrv Corporation 

Bay Shore: Chamber of Commerc 




160 
74 

150 

25 

200 

1,204 

""is" 

100 
35 

600 
12 

140 
60 

350 



Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 

A4 

Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A4 
Al 



Al 
A2 

Al 
A3 

Al 
Al 
Al 



$1 

1 

5 

.25 
25 
10 

.50 

5 
1 
1 

10 

L20 

3-5 






$360 

60 

40,orjO 

1,500 

100 

458 


350 
100 
210 
700 


1 
1 

2 


200 


1,200 


1 
25 




30,100 


8 

5 

1 

25 
100 

5 


120 

200 
35 

15,000 


700 


25 


5,666 



Januarv. 

Do'. 
February. 



Do. 
March. 
Do. 

January. 
May. 

December. 
November. 

December. 



Do. 
January. 

March. 

October. 

February. 

Do. 
Do. 

January. 
Do. 

February, 
Do. 

Do. 
January. 



88 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATTONS OF UNITED STATES. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



89 



LOCAL — Continued. 
NEW YORK— Continued. 



LOCAL— Continued. 
NEW YORK— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Beacon (pop. ll.f>74): Business Men's Association & 

Chamber of Commerce, 
Bin}:hamton (pop. 54,864): 

AdvertisersA Merchants' Association 

Automobile Dealers' Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Jobbers' Exchange of Grocers 

Boonville (pop. 1,794): Chamber of Commerce 

Brewster (pop. 1.2%): Business Men's Association. . . 

Brookport (pop. 3.579): Chamber of Commerce 

Brooklyn (pop. 1.976,103): 

Board of Keal Estate Brokers 

Broadway Board of Trade 

Cham berof Commerce 

Coal Ex'^hanire 

Commerce Chib 

Eastern l>istrict Board of Trade 

Hardware Dealers' Association 

Long Island Bottlers' Association 

Merchants & Manufacturers' Association of Bush 
Terminal. 

Motor Vehicle Dealers' Association 

United Retail Grocers' Association 

Wallabout Market Merchants' Association 

West End Board of Trade 

Baflalo (pop. 473,229): 

Association of Credit Men 

Automobile Dealers' Asso<'iation 

Black Rock Business Men's Association 

Black Rock Manutncturers' Association 

Builders' Associat ion Exchange 

Business Men's Club 

Carpenter Contractors' Association 

Central Council of Business Men, Taxpayers & 
Residents' Association. 

Chamber of Commerce 

East Buffalo Live Stock Association 

East Clinton Street Business Men & Taxpayers' 
'Vs^ooiftt ion 

East Side Business Men & Taxpayers' Association 

Employers' Association 

Genesee Street Business Men's Association 

Genesee-Walden Business Men & Taxpayers' 
J^ssoc i ^ t i Oil 

Greater Buffalo Advertising Club 

Hotel Association 

Hydro-Electric Association 

Lumber Exchange 

Mason Builders' Association 

Merchant Tailors' Exchange 

Milk I>ealprs' Proie<'tive Association 

North Main Business Men & Citizens' Association. 

Paint, Oil & Varnish Club 

Polish-American Business Men's Association. . ., 

I'roduce Exchange 

Purchasing Agents' Association 

Real Es ate Board 

Retail ( t rocers' Association 

RetailJewelers' Association 

Retail Iviquor Dealers' Association 

Rotary Club , 

Seneca Street Business Men's Associatlcm 

Sheet Metal Association 

S tat ioners' C tub 

West Side Business Men & Taxpayers' Assooia* 
tion. 

Wholesale Merchants & Manufacttirers' Associar 
tion. 

Caledonia (pop. 1,290): Board of Trade 

CanandaiKua (pop. 7,217): Business Men's Association 

Canastota (pop. 3.247): Chamber of Commerce 

Catskill (pop. 5,29i6): Chamber of Commerce 

Cazenovia (pop. 1,861): Business Men's Association. 

Central Valley: Board of Trade 

Che-JtertovvTi: Business Men's Association 

Clayton (pop. 1,941): Commercial Club 

Clyde (pop. 2,095): Citizens' Club 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



150 



160 
16 

625 
28 

200 
75 
75 

175 

300 

2,004 

67 
185 
500 
117 

96 
125 

23 
800 
125 
300 

427 

39 

37 

87 

150 

100 



230 

3,600 
81 
80 

175 

135 

175 

75 

500 
13 

250 
40 



37 

150 

300 

29 

180 

60 

73 

200 

200 

40 

295 

470 

60 

50 

18 

300 



160 
65 



260 
54 
35 
40 



152 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 



A2 
A4 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A2 
Al 

A4 
Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A2 
A4 
A3 

A4 
A2 
A2 
Al 

A4 
A4 
Al 
A3 
A4 
A2 
A4 
Al 

Al 
A4 

Al 

Al 
A4 
A2 
Al 

A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A2 
Al 

A4 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



13 



10-25 

25 

2 

2 

2 

25 

2 

25 

60-720 

10-25 

1 

6 

25 

25 

60 



15 

50 

2 

10 

40 

7 

6 



25 

2,000 

1.20 

1 

25-500 

1 

2 

10 
10-20 



6 

10 

5-10 

12 

1 
25 

5 



2 
15-25 
5 
2 
5 
20 



10 
20 

a 



1 

15 

25 

2 

1 

10 
1 



Total. 



$15,000 



400 
150 



50.000 

10,140 

3,350 

600 

900 



625 



6.600 

1,950 

74 

870 



175 
150 

5,000 



400 
2,000 
300 
725 
660 



730 
3,000 
1,000 



10,000 



600 



160 
»75 



520 
54 

350 
40 



1,500 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



June. 



December. 

January. 
Ociol)er. 
February, 

Do. 
January. 

November. 

May. 

February. 

Do. 
May. 

Do. 
March. 
January. 
Jime. 

November. 
January. 

Do. 
November. 

May. 

Do. 
January. 
June. 
January. 

Do. 
December. 

Do. 

January. 

February. 

December. 



February. 
Januiu'y. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
June. 
March. 
February. 
December. 
January. 
March. 
May. 
January. 
June. 
January. 

Do. 

February. 

May. 

March. 
January. 

Do. 

March. 
April. 

January. 

May. 

Do. 
Do. 



1 / 



City and organization. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Cobleskill (pop. 2,088): Board of Trade , 

Cohoes (pop. 25,292): Board of Trade , 

Cooperstown (pop. 2,424): 

Chamber of Commerce , 

Civic League 

Coming (pop. 15,676): Chamber of Commerce 

Cortland (pop. 13,221): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Cuba (pop. 1,556): Chamber of Commerce 

Dansville (pop. 3,938): 

Board of Trade 

Business Men's Association 

Delhi (pop. 1,736): Commercial Club , 

Depew (pop. 3,921 ): Board of Trade i 

Deposit (pop. 1,864): Business Men's Association 

Dunkirk (pop. 21 ,311): Board of Commerce 

East Aurora (pop. 2,781 ): Board of Trade i 

East Rochester (pop. 2,398): Board of Trade 

Ellenville (pop. 3,1 14): Board of Trade 

Elmira (pop. 38^72): 

Builders & Builders' Supply Dealers' Exchange 

B usiness Men 's A ssociation .' 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail (Jrocers' Association 

Stipply Dealers' Association 

Endicott (pop. 2,408): Business Men's Association.. 

Fairport (pop. 3,1 12): Chamber of Commerce 

Far Rockaway: Business Men's Association 

Floral Park (pop. 1,225): Board ofTrade 

Flushing: United Association 

Fort Edward (pop. 3,762): Commercial Association. 

Fort Plain (pop. 2,762): Chamber of Commerce 

Franklin ville (pop. 1,568): Board of Trade 

Fulton (pop. 12,138): Cham l)€r of Commerce 

Geneva (fpop. 13,915): Chamber of Commerce 

Glens Falls (pop. 17,160): Chamber of Commerce .. . 
Gloversville (pop. 22,314): 

Chaml)er of Commerce 

Retail Grocers' Association , 

Ciouvemeur (pop. 4,122): 

Chamber of Commerce , 

Dairy Board of Trade 

Gowanda (pop. 2,012): 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Granville (pop. 3.9:0): Board of Trade 

<:recnport (pop. 3,089): Board of Trade 

Grot on (pop. 1,260): Chamber of Commerce 

Hamburg (pop. 2,134): Business Men's Club 

Hamilton (pop. 1,689): Board of Trade 

Hp.ramondsport (pop. 1^254): Chaml>er of Commerce. 

Herkimer (pop. 7,520): Chamber of Commerce 

Hoosiok Falls (pop. 5,532); Chamber of Commerce.. 
HomelKpop. 14,857): 

Chamber of Commerce 

G rocers' .\ssociat i on 

Tlion (pop. 6,588): Board of Trade 

lihaca(pop. 16,017): 

Board ofTrade 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Jamaica: 

Board of Trade 

Citizens' Associat ion 

Jame-^town (pop. 37,431): 

Board of Commerce .' 

Builders' Exchange 

Manufacturers' Association 

Real Estate .\&sociati(Hi 

Jdmstown (pop, 10.678): 

Fulton County Glove Manufacturers' Association 

Retail Grocers' Association , 

Kingston (pop. 2('),910): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Drug Club 

Merchants' Association 

Lake George (pop. 632): Board of Trade 

Lake 1 lacid (pop. 1,682): Board of Trade 



110 
500 

225 
143 
398 

175 
93 

169 
63 
50 

100 
60 

300 

256 
50 



12 

310 

1,084 

87 

14 

80 

165 

57 

1.35 

420 

118 

115 

70 

230 

600 

160 

652 
25 

106 
42 

50 

35 

50 

100 

143 

210 

60 

150 



300 



10 
150 

378 
25 

164 
200 

510 
75 
66 



40 
19 

500 
11 



35 
70 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A2 
Al 
A2 
A4 
A2 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A4 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A3 
A4 

A4 
A2 

Al 
A4 
A2 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



S2 
10 

2-100 
...... 

5-25 
5 

2 
2 

4 
1 
4 
. 25 
10 
2 



25 

3 

25 

5 

12 

2 

2 

5-12 

2 

5 

1 

6 

1 

25 
10 
25 

25 
6 

2 
1 

1 

6 
6 
1 

10 
5 
1 
1 



Total. 



6 
5 

10-25 



50 
3 

25 

16 

20-460 



3 

25 



$220 



3,500 

9,344 

2,000 
460 

141 
63 
200 
100 
240 
7,500 



2,700 
900 
27,038 
408 
168 
160 



500 

300 

2,500 



600 



6,750 
6,000 
4,000 



212 
42 



100 

100 

1,420 

1,500 

60 

500 



300 



1-20 
750 

9,000 
150 

8,200 



18,000 
1,000 
4,720 



10,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



350 



January. 
September. 

December. 

October. 

June. 

January. 
December. 



October. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
April. 
March. 



Do. 

Septemlier. 
Novemljer. 
August. 
January. 

December. 

Do. 
April. 
January. 
May. 
October. 
April. 

Do. 
Octot>er. 

September. 



May. 
Do. 



August. 

January, 

February. 

December. 

February. 

January. 

February. 



Do. 
Do. 

March. 



May. 
December. 

April. 

January. 

December. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
February. 
December. 



90 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL— Continued. 
NEW YORK— Continued. 



City and organization. 



LeRoy (pop. 3,771): Board of Trade 

Liberty (pop. 2,072): Business Men's Association . ... 
Little Falls (pop. 13,653 j: 

Chamber of Conunerce 

Kast Bridge Milk Association 

Loclvport (pop. 20,028): Board of Conunerce 

Long Island City: 

Astoria Tax Payers & Business Men's Asso- 
ciation 

Chamber of Commerce of the Borough of Queens. . 

Lyons (pop. 4,460): Business Men's Association 

Malone (pop. 6,467) : Chamljer of Commerce 

Mamaroneck (pop. 5,699) : Business Glen's Association 

Massena (pop. 2,951 ): Board of Trade 

Mechanicsville (pop. 6,634): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Middletown (pop. 15,890): Chamber of Commerce 

Mohawk (pop. 2,079): Board of Trade 

Monroe (pop. 1,195): Board of Trade 

Mont icello (pop. 1,941): Board of Trade 

Montour Falls (pop. 1,208): Chamber of Commerce. . 
Mount Vernon (pop. 37,991): 

Builders & Contractors' Association 

Business Men's Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

New Brighton: Staten Island Chamber of Commerce. 

Statcn Island Civic League 

Newburgh (pop. 29,893): 

Chamber of Commerce 

New Rochelle (pop. 39,192): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Citizens & Taxpayers' Association 

New York (pop. 5,215,879): 

Advertising Club , 

Advisory Council of Real Estate Interests 

Association of Cotton Textile Manufacturers 

Associaticm of Dealers in Masons' Building Ma- 
terials. 

Association of Ice Cream Supply Men , 

Association of Employing Printers 

Association of House Dress & Kimono Manu- 
facturers. 

Association of New York Advertising Agencies.. 

Automobile Dealers' Association 

Board of Trade & Transportation 

Bottlers & Manufacturers' Association 

Bronx Board of Trade 

Bronx Retail Crocers' Association 

Building Trades Employers' Association , 

Business & Professional Men's Association of 
Lower Now York. 

Cement Manufacturers' Protective Association.. 

Central Mercantile Association 

Chemists' Club , 

Children's Dress Manufacturers* Assocfaton 

Cloak, Suit & Skirt Manufactiu-ers* Protective 
Association. 

Clothing Manufacturers' Association 

Coal Merchants' Association 

Coffee & Sugar Exchange 

Consolidated Building Trades Credit Association . 

Consolidated Stock Exchange 

Contracting Dockbuilders' Association 

Cotton Exchange 

Credit Men's Association , 

Crockery Board of Trade 

Designers' Associat ion 

Downtown Dry Goods Association 

Dress & Waist Manufacturers' Association 

Dried Fruit Association 

Electric Vehicle Association 

Electrical Society 

Fifth Avenue Association 

Fur Dressers & Fur Djers' Association 

Fur Merchants' Association 

Gansevoort Market Business Men's Association. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem« 
bers. 



150 
85 

300 

52 

733 



150 

500 

53 

150 

86 

SO 

IGO 
25 
300 
100 
52 
40 
75 

60 

65 

125 

150 
1,200 

350 

134 
100 

1,026 
60 
56 
41 

15 
515 

IG 

40 
SO 



850 
200 
850 
300 

19 

500 

1,669 

50 
275 

250 

65 

323 



500 

21 

450 

3,500 

127 

73 

310 

200 

110 

3 

994 

900 

40 

85 

145 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 

A4 
A4 

A4 
A4 
A4 

A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A2 
A4 



A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 

A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
Al 



.\nnual income. 



Rate. 



SI 
5 

6 
25 
25 



3 
50 

2 
10 

5 

5 

25 
3 

25 
2 

15 
5 
4 

12 

18 

15 

5-25 

2-25 

25 

10 
4 

25 



250 
250 

300 

12-600 

150 

50 

25 



25 

6 

25 

10 



50 



100 
100-275 



3,500 



150 

18 

50-100 

9 

5 

225-450 

25 



4 

20-1,000 

25 

150-350 

12 



Total. 



S150 



1,800 
"18,325 



30,000 

106 

1,500 

430 

400 

4,000 

63 

7,500 



750 
200 
300 

720 
1,170 
1,800 

800 
4,000 

8,500 

1,340 
400 

90,000 

'i2"666 



15,000 

24,000 

2,400 

2,360 



21,250 

1,500 

25,000 



45,000 
25,000 



5,000 
75,000 

25,000 
16,000 



175,000 



10,000 

657 

1,600 



2,500 
1,112 



34,000 
20,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



March. 
December. 

September. 

January. 



April. 

September. 

April. 

December. 

February. 

April. 

November. 

March. 

May. 

January. 



Do. 

Do. 
February. 
May. 

January. 



February. 

May. 

December. 
January. 
Marcti. 



June. 
January. 

May. 

February. 
October. 
November. 
January. 

February. 
January. 

Do. 
Do. 
May. 

February. 
April. 



December. 
January. 

Do. 
December. 
June. 

September. 
January. 

May. 

March. 

February. 

October. 

June. 

February. 

March. 

December. 

February. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
NEW YORK— Continued. 



91 



City and organization. 



New York (pop. 2,215,879)— Continued. 

General Contractors' Association 

Graphic Arts Board of Trade 

Hardware Board of Trade 

Hardware Club 

Hardware & Supply Dealers'Association of Man- 
hattan & Bronx iJoroughs. 

Harlem Board of Trade 

Hat Trade Credit Association 

Hay Exchange Association 

Hide & Leather Association 

Industrial Research & Engineering Association. . 

Lace & Embroidery Association 

Leaf Tobacco Board of Trade 

League of Advertising Women 

Lumber Trade Association 

Manufacturing Confectioners' Board of Trade — 

Maritime Association of the Port of New York. . . 

Merchants' Association 

Merchants' Protective Association 

Metal E xchan-je 

Metropolitan Paper Box Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion 

Municipal Engineers 

Mutual Protective Fur Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

News Photographers' Association 

Oil Trades Association 

Paint , Oil & Varnish Club 

Paper Association 

Paper Box Credit Protective Association 

Piano Club 

Produce Exchange 

Raw Fur Merchants' Association 

Raw Ostrich Feather Importers' Association 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Dry Goods Association 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Rotary Club 

Rubber Trade Association 

Sales Managers' Club 

Society of Architects 

Staten Island Civic League 

Sweater & Knitted Textile Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 

Thirty-fourth Street Board of Trade 

Wholesale Coal Trade Association 

Wholesale Merchants' Association 

Wholesale Shoe League 

Niagara Falls (pop. 38 446): 

IJuilders' Association 

Chamber of Commerc-e 

Manufacturers' Association 

Norwich (pop. 7,422): Chamber of Commerce 

Nyack (pop. 4.619): Business Men's Club 

Olean (pop. 16.927): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Oneida (pop. 8,884): Chamber of Commerce 

Oneonta (pop. 11,200): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Ossining (pop. 14,064): Chamber of Commerce 

Oswego (pop. 24 219): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Progressive Association 

Patchogue (pop. 3,824 ) : Board of Trade 

Peekskill (pop. 19,0:34): Board of Commerce 

Perry (pop. 4,388): Chamber of Commerce 

Piatt sburg (pop. 13,111): Chamber of Commerce 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Port Henry: Business & Professionjil Men's Asso- 
ciation. 

Port Jefferson: Business Men's Association 

Port Jer\ is (pop. 9.094): Chamber of Commerce, 

Port Washington: Business Men's Association 

Pouehkeepsie (pop. 30,786): 

Chamlxjr of Commerce. 

Manufacturers' Association 



120 
325 
400 
720 
55 

425 
25 
24 

125 

8 

40 

96 

75 

163 

25 

1,175 

6,905 

66 

132 
50 

500 
200 

130 

100 

222 

65 

60 

225 

1,760 

20 

12 

1,500 

16 

415 

520 

78 

70 

225 

1.500 

150 

125 
73 
30 
90 

55 
1,550 

36 
311 
150 

500 

^3 

260 
70 
55 

100 
200 

76 
185 
175 
190 

41 

52 

150 

69 

862 
15 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Annual income. 



A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 

Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 

A4 
A4 

A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 

Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 

A4 
Al 
A3 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 



Rate. 



$50 
50 
60 
10 

10 



100 

5 

10-1,000 

50 

25 

10 

5-40 



50 

50 

200 



25 

10 
25-100 

2-6 
25 
35 
80 
60-120 
25 



25 

350 

5-50 

600 

8 

25 

50-75 



6 

2-100 

50 

25-250 

100 

50 

35-200 

5 
25 



10 
12 

20 

8 

25 

20 

2 

10 

12 
I 
5 

25 
2 

25 
2 

4 

12 
4 

25 



Total. 



$40,000 
550 

4,250 



7,000 



2,000 

2,400 

750 



295,250 

'5,666' 

4,000 
7,000 



2,500 
7,770 
5,200 
4,000 
5,600 



' Date of an- 
I nual meeting. 



4,200 

30,000 

9,000 

3,200 



5,000 



4,000 
7,500 



15,000 

1,500 

10,000 

275 
37,000 



3,110 
1,800 

10,000 
100 



5,200 



550 



200 
380 



350 

4,500 

82 

200 

1,800 

414 

21,550 



December. 
July. 
January. 
March. 
Do. 

January. 

September. 

October. 

December. 

January. 

December. 

April. 

May. 

November. 

May. 

April. 

May. 

February. 

May. 

January. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
March. 
May. 

March. 

January. 

February. 

May. 

September. 

January. 

October. 

January. 

June. 
November. 

May. 

Do. 
June. 

January. 

Do. 
December. 
January. 

Do. 
April. 
June. 
March. 
February. 

January. 

Do. 
February. 

May. 

January. 

May. 

February. 

December. 

March. 

June. 

December. 

January. 

December. 

Do. 

July. 
January. 

March. 
February. 



92 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
NEW YORK— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Pulaski (pop. 1.788): 

Commercial Club 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Randolph (pop. 1,298): Merchants <t Manufacturers' 
Association. 

Red Creek (pop. 457): Board of Trade 

Rensselaer (pop. 11,252): Board of Trade .... 

Richfield Springs (pop. 1,503): Business Men's Asso- 
ciation. 
Richmond Hill: 

Business Men's Association 

Westbridge Civic league 

Rochester (pop. 264,850): 

Association of Credit Men 

Chamber of Commerce 

Clothiers' Exchange 

Retail CJrocers' Association 

Retail Shoe Dealers' Association 

Stock Exchange 

Rock\ille Centre (pop. 3,667): Business Men's Asso- 
ciation -rA ■ • J 

Rockaway Beach: Rockaway Board of Trade 

Rome (pop. 24,259): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Associat ion 

Sackcts Harbor (pop. 868): Board of Trade 

Sag Harbor (pop. 3,408): Board of Trade 

St. George: Stuten Island Chamber of Commerce 

St. JohnsTille (pop. 2,536): Business Men's Associa- 
tion. . , , 

Salamanca (pop. 5,792): Merchants' Association 

Saranac Lake (pop. 4,983): Board of Trade 

Saratoga Springs (pop. 13,938): Chamber of Com- 

mcrct?. 
Saugcrties (pop. 3,929): Business Men's Association . . 
Schenectady (pop. 107,774): 

Board of Trade 

Merchants' Association - 

Seneca Falls (pop. 6,588): Citizens' Club 

Sidney (pop. 2, 507): Chamber of Commerce 

Southampton (pop. 2,509): Board of Trabe 

Springatld: Citizens' Association 

Springvillo (pop. 2,246): Board of Trade 

Suffcrn (pop. 2,663): Board of Trade 

Syracuse (pop. 158, 559): 

Advert isuig Men's Club 

Association of Credit Men 

A utomobile Dealers' Association 

Builders' Exchange - 

Business Men's Association 

Chamber of Commene ■ 

Druggists' Association 

East Side Improvement Association 

Electrical Contractors & Dealers' Association 

Kiwanis Club 

Manufactmers' Association 

Realty Board 

Rotary Club •••. 

Sheet Metal Contractors' Association 

Tarrvtown (pop. 5,600): Merchants' Association 

Tonawanda (pop. 8,924): Chamber of Commerce of 

the Tonawandas. 
Troy (pop. 78,094): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Rotary Club 

Utica (pop. 89,272): 

Association of Credit Men 

Cham»;er of Commerce 

Real Estate Board 

Rotary Club 

Walden (pop. 4,004): Chaml)er of Commerce 

Walton (pop. 3,103): Chamber of Commerce........ 

Wappingers Falls (pop. 3,195): Chamber of Com- 

Warsaw (pop. 3,206): Board of Trade 

Waterford (pop. 3,245): Chaml)er of Commerce 

Waterloo (pop. 3,931): Business Men's Association. . 



30 
100 

80 

200 

50 



100 
200 

272 

3,021 

14 

100 
75 
20 

15 
180 

521 
78 
45 
20 

250 
60 

75 
104 
165 

150 

515 
105 



•| 



67 

65 

200 

100 

40 

145 
115 

18 

250 

275 

1,500 

65 
200 

20 
175 

306 
30 
45 

850 



800 
82 

110 
525 

26 
210 
100 
106 

50 

125 
273 
135 



Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 

Al 
Al 



A2 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A4 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
Al 
A2 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A3 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
Al 



Al 
A4 

A4 

Al 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$10 
3 
2 

1 

3 



2 
2 

15 
30 



Total. 



12 
5 



10 
2 

10-25 

5 

3 

2 

5-25 



12-36 

5 

10-50 



10 
5 



4 

1 
1 
1 

6 

20 

10-15 

50 



25-00 

10-25 

5 

1 



10 



5-10 

15 

25 

1 

25 



25 
20 

12 

13 

10 

15-25 

2 

1 

2-3 



$90 



80 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



200 
300 

4,000 
100,000 



1,200 
375 



360 

13,500 

480 

135 

40 



1,300 

500 

8,000 

300 

4,000 
600 



65 
200 
100 
240 



1,600 



10,000 

40,000 

325 

200 



2,000 



July. 

January. 

February. 

January. 

April. 

October. 



500 

4,500 

300 

45 

20,000 



25,000 
1,000 

1,400 

20,000 

1,000 

3,500 

200 

424 

150 

025 
273 
135 



January. 
Do. 

May. 

January. 
November. 
January. 
Do. 
Jime. 



March. 

December. 

March. 

January. 

December. 

February, 

May 

July. 

October. 

January 

Do. 

October. 
April. 

January. 
March. 

January. 
Do. 

Jime. 
May. 

December. 

October. 

April. 

January. 

June. 

January 

ApriL 

May. 
July. 

September. 
January. 



February, 
May. 

October. 

AprU. 

February. 

AprU. 

February. 

Do. 
January. 

March. 
June. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



93 



LOCAL — Continued. 
NEW YORK— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Watertown (nop. 30,404): 

Business Men's Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Waterville (pop. 1,410): Chamber of Commerce 

Walervliet (pop. 15,546): Chamber of Commerce .. . 
Wcedsport (pop. 1,344): Chamber of Commerce — 
Wellsville (pop. 4,3S2): Business Men's Association.. 

Wcstburv: Board of Trade 

Whitehall (pop. 4,917): Business Men's Association.. 
White Plains (pop. 23,331): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Westchester County Chamber of Commerce 

Woo<lbourne: Glen Morris Civic Club 

Woodhaven: 

Olen Morris Civic Club 

Ozone-l'ark Board of Trade 

Yonkors (pop. 103,060): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Credit Association 

Yorkville (pop. 091): Yorkville Merchants' Associa 
tion. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



172 
300 

26 
125 

80 
200 

50 
120 

160 

300 

65 

8.5 
75 

350 
117 
100 



A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A2 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$5-35 
15 
5-10 
5 
1 
5 
4 
1 

5 

12 

6 

1 
3 

15 
8 
4 



Total. 



$5,000 

4,500 

240 

625 

80 



Date of anr 
nual meeting. 



200 
120 

750 

3,600 

390 



300 
5,000 
"466 



March. 
Do. 
February. 
March. 
November. 
February. 
April. 
March. 



January. 
October. 

Do. 
December. 

March. 

January. 

Jime. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Asheville (pop. 25,656): 

Board of Trade 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Bclhaven (pop. 2,863): Board of Trade 

Charlotte (pop. 40,759): 

Chamber of Comnierce 

Merchimts' Association 

Rotary Club 

Shippers & Manufacturers' Association 

Southern Manufacturers' Club 

Concord (pop. 9,301): Merchants' Association 

Durham (pop. 2t),U«): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Elizabeth City (pop. 9,919): Chamber of Commerce. . 

Fayetteville (pop. 7,045): Chaml^er of Commerce 

Gastonia (pop. 5,759): Chamber of Commerce 

Goldsboro (pop. 6,107): Chamber of Commerce 

Greensboro (pop. 20,171): 

Cham l>er of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Greenville (pop. 4,101): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Tobacco Board of Trade 

Henderson (pop. 4,503): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Tobacco Board of Trade 

Hendersonville (pop. 2,818): Board of Trade 

Hickory (pop. 3,716V. Chamber of Commerce 

High Point (pop. 13,439): Chamber of Commerce 

Kannapolis: Merchants' Association 

Kinston (pop. 6,995): Chamber of Commerce 

Lenoir (pop. 3,364): Merchants' Association 

I^xington (pop. 4,163): Board of Trade 

Louisburg (pop. 1,775): Tobacco Board of Trade 

Lumberton (pop. 2,230): Chamber of Commerce 

Marion (pop. 1,519): Board of Trade 

Monroe (pop. 4,082): Chamber ol Commerce 

Mooresvifie (pop. 3,400): Chamber of Commerce 

Mount Airy (pop. 3,844): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Tobacco Board of Trade 

New Bern (pop. 10,509): Chamber of Commerce 

North WilkesDoro (pop. 1,902): Wilkes Commercial 

Club. 
Raleigh (pop. 20,274): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Rcidsvillc (pop. 4,828): Commercial & Agricultural 
Association. 



492 

"'36' 

833 
150 

91 
100 
350 

67 

441 
110 
225 
300 
270 
250 

475 

98 

125 
36 
15 

250 

36 

250 

115 

375 

20 

192 

31 




250 
100 



12 

200 

75 



550 

69 

122 



Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A3 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
A4 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
A2 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 



Al 
A2 
Al 



$12.50 



6 

25 

24-180 

25 

30-300 

25-40 

12-30 

5-600 
12-72 
25 
25 
12 
12.50-100 

5-25 



$12,500 
266' 



20,825 
5,000 



7,500 

' 1*266' 

9,000 



5,000 
7,500 
5,000 
5,000 

8,500 



28 
30 
25 

12 



5-25 

6-18 

12.50-50 

5-30 



12 
6 



35,000 
1,200 



4,900 



1,250 
2,000 
5,000 
200 
3,000 
1,000 



3,000 
500 



10 



25 
12 



800 



14,750 



3,000 



July. 
May. 
October. 

January. 

February 

June. 

March. 
January. 

September. 

July. 

May. 

March. 

December. 

April. 

January. 
February. 

December. 
May. 



January. 

August. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 

March. 
November. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
December. 
January. 

October. 
Do. 

January. 



March. 

May. 
January. 



94 



h! i- 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
NORTH CAROLIXA-Continued. 



City and organization. 



Rockv Mount (pop. 12.673): 

Chamber of Commorcc 

Merchants' Association 

Tobacco Board of Trade 

Roxboro (pop. 1,425): Tobacco Board of Trade. . . 

Salisbury (pop. 7,153): Chamber of Commerce 

Sanford ( pop. 2,2S2): Commercial Chib 

Shelby (pop. 3,127): Board of Trade 

Southport (pop. 1,4S4>: Comraoroial .Association. . 
Statesville (pop. 4.599): Merchants' Association.. . 

Tarboro (pop. 4429): Merchants Association 

Thomasville (pop. 3,877): Merchants' Association. 
Washington (pop. 6,211): 

Business Men's Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Tobacco Board of Trade 

Wavnesvillo (pop, 2, 00>^): Board of Trade 

Wilminrton (pop. 30, IW): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Rotary CTlub 

Wilson (pop. 6,717): 

Chanibor of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Tobacco Board of Trade 

W ilson Coimty Cotton Association 

Winston-Salem (pop. 33,126): 

Board of Trade 

Retail Merchants' Association 

RotiuryClub 

Tobacco As.sociation 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



230 
54 
16 
20 

300 
72 

150 
32 
66 
50 
30 

45 

R5 

20 

100 

435 

4S 

216 
52 
43 
21 



201 

125 

53 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 
A2 
A4 
A4 

Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
A2 

A2 
Al 
A4 
Al 

Al 
A4 

Al 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 

Al 
A2 
A4 
A4 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$12-100 

3 

100 

10 



10-12 

8-12 

36 

12-30 

3 

12 



12 
25 
10 

20 
18 

10-25 

24 

15 

100 



25 

12-100 

12 

25 



Total. 



Dale of an- 
nual meeting. 



93,000 
1,615 



200 

3,500 

815 

15,000 



1,500 

1,800 

360 



1,000 



960 

5,350 
1,400 
1,290 
1,500 



7,000 
3,500 



1,000 



April. 
February. 
Auf;ust. 
Ootober 
April. 
May. 
March. 
Do. 
November. 
August. 
January. 



July. 

August. 

January. 

July. 
AprU. 

February. 

Do. 
April. 
August. 



January. 

Do. 
Jane. 
July. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 



Beach (pop. 1,003): Chamber of Commerce. 
Bismarck (pop. 5,443): Commercial Club.. 
Bottineau (pop. 1 ,.331): Commercial Club.. 
Carrinc^ton (pop. 1,217): Commercial Club. 



ClifTord: Business Men's Club 

Columbus (pop. 225): Commercial Club 

Cooperstown ( pop. 1,019): Commercial Club 

Devils Lake (pop. 5,157): Commercial Club 

Dickinson (pop. 3,678): Commercial Club 

Ellendale (pop. 1,389): Business Men's -Association. . 
Fargo (pop. 17,872): 

Association of Credit Men 

Builders & Traders' Exchange 

Business Men's Association 

Commercial Club 

Fargo-Moorhead Automotive Trade Association . 

Implement Dealers' Association 

Manufactiu-ers' Association 

Rotary Club 

Town Criers' Club 

GraltMi (pop. 2,229): Commercial Club 

Grand Forks (pop. 16,342): 

Builders & Traders' Exchange 

Commercial Club 

Credit Bureau of Greater Grand Forks 

Credit Men's Association 

Merchimts' Association 

Harvey (pop. 1,443): Community Club 

Inkster (ix)p. 353): Commercial Club 

Jamestown (pop. 4,358): Commercial Club 

La Moure (pop. 929): Commercial Club 

Lariraore (pop. 1,224): Commercial Club 

Lisbon (pop. 1,758): Commercial Club 

Mandan (pop. 3,873): Commercial Club 

Minot (pop. 6.188): 

Association of Commerce 

Builders & Traders' Exchange 

Retail Merchants' Credit Association 

Rotary Club 

Town Criers' Club 




40 

50 

110 

125 

50 

55 

82 

100 

30e 

25 

20 

40 

58 

100 

200 

50 

467 

100 

46 

60 

80 

30 

191 

108 

90 

51 

100 

275 
25 
35 
43 

102 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 

A4 
A4 
A2 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A3 
A4 
A4 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A2 
A4 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 



R55 

12 

2 



3 




2 




25 


4,000 


5 

12 


250 
660 


24-108 
25 


3,000 
7,500 



1 
1 

20 

5 

1-6 

20 
10-15 



15 

12 

5 

5 

5-12 

5 

1-2.50 

5 

24 

24 

20 

5 

5-10 

5 



13,000 

6,000 

984 

200 



1,000 

40 

1,160 

500 

1,500 



5,500 

""eoo 



240 
150 
1,8.50 
540 
200 
255 



6,600 
400 

1,260 
500 
510 



March. 
January. 
March. 
December. 

April. 

March. 

January. 

May. 

April. 

May- 
March. 
June. 
January. 

Do 
Nm-ember. 
May. 
June. 
May. 

January. 
June. 

Do. 
May. 

April. 

December. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 
June. 
May. 

June. 

December. 

May. 

Do. 
Juno. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
NORTH DAKOTA— Continued. 



95 



City and organization. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



New Rorkford: Central Community Club of Eddy 
County. 

Oakcs(pop. 1,199): Commercial Club 

Rupby fpop. l.G.'W): Community Club 

Towner (pop. 691): Civic Club 

Valley City (pop. 4,606): Commercial Club 

Wahpeton (pop. 2,467): Commercial Club 

Williston (pop. 3.124): 

Commercial Club 

Community Club 

Wyndmcre (pop. 439): Commercial Club 



40 

40 

75 

35 

160 

125 



200 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$3-10 

10 

6 

5 

10 

10 

24 
, 24 



Total. 



$400 



200 
1,600 
1,230 

6,000 
5,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



December. 
January. 

February. 
April. 

October. 

Do. 



OHIO. 



Akron (pop. 93,604): 

Builders' Exchanpe 

Building Trades Credit Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association • 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Grocers' A.ssociation 

Alliance (pop. igj-Wl): 

Builders^ E xchange 

Chamber of CMnmerce 

Ashland (pop. 6,795): Chamber of Commerce 

Ashtabula (pop. 22,008): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Harbor Chamber of Industry 

Athens (pop. 5.463): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Bamesville (pop. 4,233): Commercial Club 

Bellefontaine (pop. 9,398): Chamber of Commerce — 
Bellevue (pop. 5,209): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Board 

Berea (pop. 2,609): Board of Trade 

Blanchesler (pop. 1,813): Board of Trade 

Bowling Green (pop. 5,222): Commercial Club 

Bryan (pop. 3,641): Business Men's Association 

Bucvrus (pop. 9,261): Chamber of Commerce 

Cald\veU(pop. I,4;i0): 

Commercial Club 

Noble County Chamber of Commerce 

Cambridge (pop. 13,804j: Board of Trade 

Canton (pop. 62,566): 

AdcraftClub , 

Builders' E.xchange 

Chamber of Commerce 

Real Estate Associal ion 

Rotary Club 

CarroUton (pop. 1,730): Business Men's Association. 
Celina (pop. 3.493): 

Busmcss Association 

Civic Association 

Chillicothe (pop. 15.625): Chamber of Commerce 

Cincinnati (pop. 418,022): 

Advertisers' Club 

Associated Foundries 

Association of Credit Men 

Association of Sheet Metal Contractors 

Automobile Dealers' Association 

Boot & Shoo Manufacturers' Association 

Builders' Exchange 

Chamber of Commerce & Merchants' Exchange.. 

Clothiers' Association , 

Commercial Club 

Franklin T vpothetac 

Furniture fixchange 

Grain & Hay Exchange 

Hotel Association 

Industrial Association 

Jobbing Confect loners' Club 

Lumbermen 's Club 



240 

32 

3,925 

110 

250 

50 

39 
164 
125 

650 
100 

133 
50 
12 

175 

297 
35 
90 
50 

155 



203 

85 

85 

945 

400 

144 

800 

65 

83 

40 

75 
150 
225 

208 
7 

514 
37 
25 
16 
91 
2,582 
12 
50 
65 

100 

f2 

7 

400 
50 



A4 
A4 
Al 
A2 
A4 
A2 

A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 



$24 

40-70 

5-100 

10 



12 

5 
25 
10 

12 
6 

12.50 

6-24 

10 

12.60 



10 



1 

10 

12 
15 
25 
10 
25 
10 

25 

1 

12 

10-12 



15 

10 

200 



40 
25 



15 
25-75 



10 
20-25 



$5,760 
1,700 

40,000 

1,100 

2,000 

flOO 

468 
4,106 
1,600 

7,000 
600 

4,200 



144 
3,000 

1,485 



2,030 

8,000 

85 

9,450 

2,500 



20,000 
' '2,666 



800 

150 

5,200 



370 



9,843 

7,000 

114,760 



500 
1,250 



July. 

Jime. 

November. 

October. 

January. 

December. 

Do. 

August. 
January. 

Do. 

May. 

June. 
January. 
October. 
April. 

February. 

January. 
October. 
January. 

April. 

January. 

December. 

July. 

June. 
January, 

Do. 

Do. 
June. 



January. 
October. 
January. 

Jime. 

May. 

February. 

May. 

January. 

March. 

January. 

December. 

May. 

June. 

December. 

January. 

November. 

May. 



96 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



97 



LOCAL — Continued . 
OHIO— Continued. 



LOCAL — Continued . 
OHIO— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Cincinnati (pop. 418.022)— Continued. 

Meat Paclcors' Association 

Mercliants A Manufsicturers' Association , 

Mcrciiant Tailors' Excliange 

Ohio Valley Druggists' Association 

Paint, Oil & Varnish Club 

Queen City Milk Producers' Association 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Merchants' Protective Association 

Rotary Club _ 

Stock Exchange , 

Wholesale Jewelers & Manufacturers' Association , 

Circle ville (pop. 6,744): Chamber of Commerce 

Cleveland (pop. 810,306): 

Advertising Club 

Association of Credit Men , 

Board of Lumber Dealers 

Builders' Exchange 

Building Contractors' Exchange 

Building Trades Employers' Association 

Butter & Egg Board 

Carriage Makers' Club 

Chamber of Commerce 

Chamber of Industry 

Civic Club , 

Commercial Protective Association , 

CuyiUiQga County Retail Liquor Dealers' Associ- 
ation. 

East Cleveland Chamber of Commerce 

East End Manufacturers* Association 

Electrical League 

Founders' Association 

Industrial Association 

Live Stock Association 

Music Trades Association 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Columbus (pop. 225,296): 

Association of Credit Men 

Builders ii Traders' Exchange 

Chamber of Commerce 

Hub Board of Trade 

Manufacturers & Jobbers' Association 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Soutli Side Civic Association 

Young Business Men's Club 

Conneaut (pop. 9,1H4 ): Chamber of Commerce 

Coshocton (pop. 11,887): Board of Trade 

Crestline (pop. 3,807): Commercial Club 

Dayton (pop. 130,655): 

Accountancy Club 

Ad vertising Club 

Association of Credit Men 

Builders' Exchange 

Butchers' Protective Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Coal Dealers' Credit Association 

Drug Merchants of Montgomery County 

Employers' Association 

Franklm TypothetSD 

Hardware Dealers' Association 

Lumber Trade Exchange 

Master Sheet Metal Contractors' Association 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Credit Men's Association 

Retail F urniture Dealers' association 

Retail Grocers & Butchers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Union Club 



Defiance (pop. 7,327): 
Commerce Club . . . 



lietail Merchants' Association. 
Delaware (pop. 9, 905): 

Chamber of Comm«*oe 

Commercial Club 

jCiwanisClub 




12 
100 

19 
175 

50 

1,700 

250 



443 
35 
3« 

87 

15 

1,230 

50 

500 

200 

300 

19 

125 

3,450 

1,200 

2,.i00 

1,200 

408 

300 
30 

500 

41 

5,000 

41 

24 

700 

200 

190 

190 

2,000 

30 
300 
175 
1S5 

53 
300 
160 
154 

70 

80 

75 

50 

173 

131 

69 

1,103 

30 

75 

260 

22 

30 

10 

29 

40 

12 

13 

100 

200 

30 

20 
10 

245 

130 

75 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 


Annual income. 


Rate. 


Total. 


A4 
Al 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 

A4 
A4 
A4 

A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A2 

Al 
A3 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 

A4 
A4 
Al 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 
A4 

A4 
A2 
Al 
A2 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A2 
A2 
A3 

Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 










110 

6 

10 




SI, 500 
1,7.S0 
1,800 
4,000 


30 


20 
100 




5,971 

900 

1,087 

20,000 
20,0(10 

4,500 
25,000 

3,000 


12.50 

15 
10-20 


20-50 
20 


60 

15 

10-40 

15-25 




2,000 

118,000 

18,000 

20,000 




12 

4 

25 
20 

50-500 

2-100 

10 

10 

30-100 
10 

12 

25-30 

25 

12 

25 

5-25 

6 

175 

3 

5 


4,896 
1,000 


15,000 
10,000 
20,000 




10,000 
200 

2,000 

6,700 

50,000 




2,. 500 

11,000 

12,000 

900 


770 


10 
10 

3 
10 
10 
10 

1 
26 


480 




1,750 


60 


2,400 


5 


10,000 
5,000 






200 

5 

a-30 

6 

36 

12 

2.50-100 

10 

12.50 
10-60 

2 

10 
15 


10,000 


830 
300 


1,200 

•*•• 

300 

2,000 
250 

490 

1,300 

600 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



January. 

December. 

January. 

November. 

Soptembw. 

April. 

January. 

May. 

Do. 
January. 
July. 

Jime. 
May. 

January. 

November. 

June. 

January. 

February. 

April. 

Do. 
January. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
September. 
May. 

November. 
May. 
February, 

Do. 
Decern bear. 

Do. 

September. 
January. 
May. 
March. 
Do. 
January. 
December. 
March. 
December. 

January. 
Do. 



Jtme. 

Do. 
April. 
March. 
January. 
ScptembOT. 
December. 
September. 
AprU. 
May. 
January. 
December. 
June. 
January. 

Do 

Do. 

Do. 



March. 



April. 
February. 



City and organization. 



Delpbos (pop. 5, 038): Citizens' Commercial Club 

Dennison (pop. 4,008): Chamber of Commerce 

Dover: Chcmner of Commerce 

East T.iverpool (pop. 22.^m ): Chamber of Commerce. 
East Palestine (pop. 3, 537): 
^ Business Men's Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchant's Association 

Eaton (pop. 3, 187): Commercial Club 

Elyria (pop. 19.503): 

Chamber of Commerce , 

Manufacturers' Association 

Findlay (pop. 14. s5S): 

Commerce Cbib , 

North Side Commercial Club 

Fostoria (poo. 10, 959): Chamber of Commerce 

Fremont (pop. 11,034): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Manufacturers' Club of Sandusky County 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Galion (pop. 7,214): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Chamber of Industry 

# Retail Grocers' Association 

nallipolis(pop.6,560): Chamber of Commerce 

Geneva (pop. 2, 496): Chamber of Commerce 

Girard (pop. 3,736): Board of Trade 

Greenville (pop. 6, 237): 

Commercial Club 

G rocers' Associat ion , 

Hamilton (pop. 4l,33S): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Manufacturers' Association 

Ironton (pop. 14,079):Chamber of Commerce 

Jackson (pop. 5.468): Business Men's Association 

Kent (pop. 4,488): Board of Trade 

Kenton (pop. 7, 18.i): Chamber of Commerce 

Lakewood (pop. 23,813): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Board 

Lancaster (pop. 16,086): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Lebanon (pop. 2. 69S) : Men of Lebanon 

I-eipsic (pop 1, 773): Commercial Club 

Lima (pop. 37 J45): 

Builders' Exchange 

Grocers & Butchers' Association 

Manufecturers' Association 

Lisb(« (pop. 3,084): Chamber of Commerce 

Logan (pop. 4,850): Retail Merchants' Association . . 
London (pop. 3,530): 

Board of Trade 

Business Men's Association 

Lorain (pop. 38,266): 

Advertising Club 

Board of Commerce 

Loudon ville (pop. 1,804^: CommerciaU^lub 

Mansfield (pop. 23,051 ): Chamber of Commerce 

Marietta (pop. 14,785): 
"sing Club. 



Advertis 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Retail Grocers' Association 
Marion (pop. 24,129): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Employer's Association 



Martins Ferry (pop. 10,135): Board of Trade. 

pop. 15,509): 

of Trade , , 



Massillon (po] 
Board 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Board 

Miamisburg (pop. 4,271 ) : Business Men's Club 

Middlei)ort (pop. 3,194): Retail Merchants' Asso- 
ciation. 

148759°— 20 7 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



50 
250 
200 
200 

48 

1,500 

46 

100 

560 
70 

75 
100 
110 

300 
25 
50 

150 
20 
12 
40 

150 
50 



11 

400 
13 
417 
110 
350 
250 

900 
80 

160 
12 

a50 
51 

40 
40 
11 
50 
45 

45 
50 

40 
100 
166 
300 
112 
112 
400 
125 

25 

350 

31 

200 

310 
702 
208 
142 
30 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A3 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 
A2 

Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A2 

Al 
A3 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

A2 
A2 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A2 
A3 
Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 

A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A2 
A2 

Al 
A4 

Al 

Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
A2 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$10 

5 

2 

25 

3 
1 
2 
2 

12.50 



12 
1 
1 

12.50-100 
25 



12.50 

2-10 

6 



12 



10 
2 

25 

25 

.50 

10 

5 

12.50 

3-3 
2 

10 

8 



10 
5 



10 
12-36 

5 
5 

15 

10 
1 

25 
6 
6 

25 



1 
25 



10 

1 

25 



Total. 



$500 

1,250 

400 

5,000 

144 

15,000 

92 

200 



900 

*i,'i66 

4,500 



150 
72 



750 
500 



22 

10,000 



5,000 
220 



3,600 

3,000 
160 

1,600 



510 



3,0»30 

"i,"2()() 

.550 
250 

600 

2,000 

166 

7,500 

625 

625 

10,000 

250 

25 

8,750 
1,500 



310 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



May. 

November. 
March. 
January. 

Do. 
July. 

Do. 

Febmary. 
January. 

SepterabM". 

January. 

March. 

Do. 

February. 
January. 



July. 

Do. 
May. 
December. 



Do. 

Do. 

March. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
ApriL 

October. 
February. 

May. 

Do. 
March. 

January. 

February. 

Do. 
January. 

February. 
March. 



Do. 

May. 

January. 

May. 

Do. 
February. 
January. 



November. 

May. 

January. 

Do. 
December. 
January. 

Do. 



98 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAIr— Continued . 
OHIO— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Middletown (pop. 16,384): Chamber of ComniOTce. . . 
Moirnt Gflead (pop. 1,673): Chamber of Commerce. . . 
Mount Vernon (pop. 10,877): Cliamber of Commerce 
Nelson nlle (pop. 6,0S2): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Newark (pop. 30,317): 

Builders' Exchange 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail (Jrocers & Meat Dealers' Association 

New Lexington (pon. 2.559) : Business Men's Club 

New London (pop. 1,557): Boosters' Club 

New Philadelphia (pop. 8,542): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Grocers & Butchers' Association 

RotaryClub 

Niles (pop. 8,361): 

Business Men's Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Manufeicturers' Association 



Warren Coimty Improvement Association 
Norwalk (pop. 7,8o8): Retail Merchants' Rat 



Collection Association. 



Rating & 



Oberlin (pop. 4,365): Board of Commerce 

Orrvilie (i>op. 3,101): Chamber of Commerce 

Painesville (pop. 5,501): Lake County Chamber of 

Commerce. 
Piqua (pop. 14,275): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Rotary Club 

Port Clintbn(p(^. 3,007): Business Men's Association . . 
Portsmouth (pop. 29,356): 

Board of Trade 

Bussincss Men's Association 

Employers' Association 

Ravenna (pop. 5,310): Chamber of Commerce 

St. Marys (pop. 5,732): 

Commercial Oub 

Retail Grocers & Butchers' Association 

Salem (pop. 9,937): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Manufacturers' A ssociation 

Sandusky (pop. 20,22»i): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Giocers 6i Butchers' Association 

Sebring (pop. 2,104): 

Cham ber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Shadvside: Board ol 'iYadc 

Shelby (pop. 4.903): Advertising Club 

Sidney (pop. 6,607): 

Commercial Club 

Retail Merchants' Assoaation 



Sprini»field (pop. 52,29ti): 
Bmldcrs* Exchange.. 



Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Traffic Association 

Steubenville (pop. 28,259): Chamber of Commerce. . 

Tiffin (pop. 12,9t)2): Chamber of Commerce 

Tiro (pop. 321): Commercial Club 

Toledo (pop. 202,234); 

Advertising Club , 

Association of Credit men 

Citizens' Industrial Association of Toledo ancl 
Vicinity. 

CronmerceClub 

Commerce Club of West Toledo 

East Side Commercial Club 

P^xchange Club 

Kiwanis Cloh 

Produce Exchange 

Piffchasing Agents' Association 

Real Estate Board 

Retail G rocers & Butchers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Board 

Society of Engineers 

Transportation Club 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



560 

60 

300 

180 
40 

28 



36 

89 
45 

289 
16 
26 

100 



28 

1,000 

38 

105 
250 
309 



300 

69 

100 

350 

200 

23 

300 

500 
11 

160 
15 

1,302 
50 

100 
30 
26 
30 

80 
47 

60 

075 

13 

72 



350 
20 

310 
237 
100 

3,500 
220 
155 
258 
150 
61 
(i7 
160 
150 
142 
103 
320 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A2 

Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 

A2 
Al 
A3 
Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 



Al 
A4 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 

Al 

A2 

Al 
A3 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 

A4 

Al 

A2 

A4 

Al 
A2 
A4 

Al 
A] 
Al 

A4 

A4 
A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A4 
A4 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



112.50 

5 

2-12.50 

12-25 
12 

10 

25 
6 
1 

4 

12.50 
1.50. 



25 



1 

4-8 
25 



25 
5 
2 

5 

12-48 

5 

6 



20 
25 

25 
12 

6 

18 

1 

9 

S5 
10 

10 
25 
15 
40-300 
20 



K) 
10-20 



25 

8 

5 

20 

12 



15 

50 
9 



Total. 



$10,500 

300 

3,750 

2,500 
480 

280 

15,000 
300 



180 
3,000 



100 
2,000 
7,725 



8,000 
1,039 



1,600 
5,000 



1,500 



3,200 



?«,5S0 
(«0 



100 
300 



470 

720 
15,000 

65 

8,000 

14,000 

6,000 



750 
4,700 



C50 



10,000 
1,500 



8,500 

400 

2,500 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



March. 
May. 

March. 

December. 



January. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

June. 

May. 



Do. 
Da 

Jime. 



January. 

Do. 
March. 



February. 

May. 

January. 

December. 
November 
April. 
Do. 

Jannanr. 
DecemW. 

July. 
February. 

June. 
January. 



Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
Do. 

December. 

Do. 
January. 
March. 
October. 

Do. 
December. 

June. 
May. 



Itme. 

Januar}'. 

Man^. 

Do. 
Jamiary. 
September. 

January. 

Do. 
June. 
May. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
OHIO— Continued. 



99 



City and organization. 



Troy (pop. 6,122): Chamber of Commerce '. . . 

Uhricli-sville (pop. 4.751): Board of Trade 

Upper Sandusky (pop. 3,779): Chamber of Commerce 

Van Wert (pop. 7,157): Trewnav Club 

Warren (pop. 13,308): 

Board of Trade 

Real Estate Board 

RotaryClub 

Wauscon (pop. 2,050) : Booster Club , 

Wellington (pop. 2,131): Booster Club , 

Wellston (pop. 6,875): Chamber of Commerce , 

Wellsville (pop. 7,709): Chamber of Commerce 

West Manenester (pop. 445): Booster Club 

Willard: Chamber of Commerce 

Wilioughby (pop. 2,072): Chamber of Commerce 

Wilnungtcm (pop. 4,491): Commerce Club 

Woostcr (pop. G,13(»): 

Board of Trade , 

Business Men's Association 

Xcnia (pop. 8.<>90): Business Men's Association 

Young.sto\\ n (pop. 112,2S2): 

Association of Credit Men 

Builders' Exchange 

Chamber of Commerce 

Kiwanis Club 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Grocers &, Meat Dealers' Association 

RotaryClub 

Zancsville (pop. 31,320): Chamber of Commerce 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



400 



150 
IGO 

300 
23 
75 
75 

100 
92 

200 
15 



100 
325 

490 
107 
135 

150 
240 
1,550 
101 
48 
100 
125 
650 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$5 



10 
10 

10 

25 

10-25 

1 

5 

20 

5 



3 
3 
5 

1 

6-30 
10 

15 



25 

15 
10-25 
10 
15 
10 



Total. 



S2,000 



900 
2,500 

3,000 

(W) 

1,875 



1,800 
1,000 
150 
600 
300 
600 

3,000 
1,200 
1,350 

2,250 

"35,066 



2,050 
2,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



6,000 



May. 

Do. 
March. 

February. 
January. 
May. 
June. 

April. 

December. 

June. 

February. 
December. 

January. 

April. 

February. 

April. 
January. 
May. 

November. 

December. 

Do. 

April. 



OKLAHOMA. 



Ada (pop. 4,349): Chamber of Commerce 

Altus (pop. 4,821): Jackson County Chamber of Com- 
merc'C. 

Alva (pop. 3,688): Commercial Club 

Anadarko (nop. 3,439): 

Caddo I ounty Retail Merchants' As.sociation. . . 

CommerciaU lub 

Ardmorc (pop. lo,90.'{): 

Business Men's Credit A.ss(x.'iation 

Chamber of Commerce 

Atoka (pop. 1,908): Commercial Club 

Bartles\ille (pop. 6,1M): Chamber of Commerce 

Blackwell (pop. 3,2W»): Commercial Club 

Bristow (pop. I,ri07): Commercial Club 

Chandler (pop. 2,024): Commercial Club 

Cherokee (pop. 2,010): Chamber of Commerce 

Chickasha (ix)p. 1<'),230: 

Chamber of Commerce 

Grady County Retail Merchants' Association. .. 

Claremore (pop. 2,800) : Commercial Club 

Cttnton(pop. 2,7S1): Chamber of Commerce 

Coalgate (pop. 3,255): Chamber of Commerce 

Cordell (pop. 1,950): Chamber of Commerce 

Cashing (pop. 1,072): 

Commercial & Indastrial Club 

Chaml>er of Commerce 

RotaryClub 

Duncan (pop, 2,547): Chamber of Commerce 

Durant: Commercial Asscwiation 

El Reno (pop. 7,872): 

Canadian County Retailers' Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Enid (pop. 21,350): Chamber of Commerce 

Frederick (pop. 3,027): Chamber of Commerce 

Gotebo (pop. 740): Chamber of Commerce 

Guthrie (pop. 12,098): Chamber of Commerce 

Ucnryetta (pop. 1,071): 

Cnamber of Commerce 

RotaryClub 

Hobart (pop. 3,845): Commercial Club 

Holdcmllle (pop. 2,290): Lions Club 

Hugo (pop. 4,582): Chamber of Commerce 



3?1 
350 

150 

75 
150 

200 
200 

50 
725 
300 

00 
127 
Ur, 

200 
70 
150 
130 
200 
87 

80 
165 

48 
ISO 
24Q 

109 
100 
425 
150 
20 
325 

290 
46 
60 
64 
85 



Al 
Al 

Al 

A4 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 



112-120 
12 

5 

7 
12 

24 
24 



25 

12 

1 

5 

5 

1-120 

18 

1 

1-5 



12-00 

10 

12-25 

10 

1 

24-180 



S4,200 
3,000 

2,000 

1,300 
1,200 



9,523 

1,000 

18, 125 

3,000 

(iOO 



1,000 

3,500 
1,200 
3,000 
2,200 



12 
25 
12-240 
12 
24 



10 

12-60 

12 

6 



800 
4,000 
1,000 
3,000 
6,000 



1,200 
11,000 

9,000 



4,000 
10,000 



2,600 

2,066' 



November. 

February. 
June. 



January. 
September. 

February. 
Januarj'. 

Do. 
December. 

May. 
June. 

May. 

Do. 

July. 
February. 

January. 
April. 



December. 

March. 

February. 

December. 

October. 

May. 

December. 

September. 

March. 



100 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL— Continued. 
OKLAHOMA— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Kingfisher (pop. 2,"i3S): Commercial Club 

I.awton (pop. 7,77S): Business Men's Club 

McAlester(pop. 19,398): Commercial Club 

Maciill(pop. 1,504): Commercial Club 

Mangum ( pop. 3,0(i7): Cham ber of Commeree 

Miami (pop. 2/J(J7): 

Cham ber of Commerce 

Rotary Club 

lloskoRee (pop. 47,173): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association '.. 

Newkirk (pop. 1,992): Chamber of Commerce 

N(^man (pop. 3,724). 

Cham ber of Commerce 

Retailers ' As >ociation 

Nowata (pop. 3,672): Chamber of Commerce 

Oklahoma C ity (pop. 97,588): 

Advertising CluD , 

Chamber or Commerce 

Jobbers & Manufacturers' Association 

Retailers' Association 

Rotary Club 

Traffic Association 

Okmulgee (pop. 4,176): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Pauls Valley (pop. 2,689): Chamber of Commerce & 
Community League. 

Pawhuska (pop. 2,776): Commercial Club 

PawTiee (pop. 2,161): Commercial Club , 

Terry (pop. 3,133): Commercial Club 

Ponca City (pop. 2,521 ): Chamber of Commerce 

I'oteau (pop. 1,830): Chamber of Commerce 

Sapulpa (pop. 13,678): 

Business Men's Association , 

Commercial Club 

Shawnee (pop. 19,051): 

Lions Club 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Stillwater (pop. 3,444): Chamber of Commerce 

Sulphur (pop. 3,684): Chamber of Commerce , 

Tahlequah (pop. 2,891): Chamber of Commerce 

Thomas (pop. 1,371): Chambers of Commerce 

Tishomingo (pop, 1,408;: Chaml>er of Commerce 

Tulsa (pop. 32,507): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Credit Men 's Association 

Retail Merchants' Association & Associated Re- 
tail Credit Men. 

Vinita (pop. 4,0S2): Chamber of Commerce 

Weatherford (pop. 2,118): Commercial Club 

Waurika (pop. 2,928): Chamber of Commerce 

Woodward (pop. 2,696): Ctiamber of Commerce 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



200 
375 
200 
100 



22« 
50 

800 
300 
19C 

125 

45 

400 

125 
1,500 
50 
350 
1«0 
150 

438 

65 

150 

250 
100 
90 
250 
125 

84 
175 

60 
106 

84 
120 
100 
125 

50 

90 

600 

50 

200 

300 

150 

50 

125 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

A2 
Al 
\3 
\2 
A4 
A4 

Al 

A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual Income. 



Rate. 



SI 
12 



10 
1-10 

12 
12 

25 
25-150 



IS 
18 
12 

10 

25 

15 

12-180 



25 
12-25 



12 

6 

8 

10 

24 

24-60 
12 

12 

12-120 

25 

6-48 

5 

2 

1 

1 

12 

36-204 
24-180 



Total. 



$200 
4,500 



1,200 
2,000 

2,712 
600 

20,000 
7,000 



2,2:)0 
2,000 
5,000 

1,500 

37,500 

750 

8,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



9,000 

37,822 
2,100 



3,000 
600 
2,000 
5,000 
3,000 

3,000 
3,300 



2,500 
1,500 



250 
1,000 



24,000 
2,400 
4,800 

600 



4,000 



April. 

December. 

July. 

April. 

January. 

April. 
Do. 



December. 
January. 

Do. 
March. 
January. 

May. 

July. 

Do 
June. 
December. 

October. 

November, 

July. 

March. 
January. 
March. 
January. 
Do. 

Do. 
February. 

December. 
June. 
May. 
Do. 

Do. 
January. 
September. 

January. 

Jmie. 

July. 



Do. 
Do. 
January. 



OREGON. 



Albany (pop. 4,275): Chamber of Commerce. . . 

Ashland (pop. 5,020): Commercial Club 

Astoria (pop. 10,487): Chamber of Commerce. . 

Baker (pop. 6,742): Commercial Club 

Bay City (pop. 281): Commercial Club 

Bend (pop. 536): Commercial Club 

Condon (pop. 1,009): Commercial Club 

Coquille (pop. 1,398): Commercial Club 

Corvallis (pop. 4,552): Commercial Club 

Cottage Grove (pop. 1,834): CommerciaJ Club. . 

Cove (pop, 433): Commercial Club 

Dallas (pop, 2,124): Commercial Club 

Dayton (pop, 453): Commercial Club 

Elk City: Chamber of Commerce 

Enterprise (pop. 1,242): Chamber of Commerce 
Estacada: EastClackaamasCommimityClub... 



114 

193 

300 

200 

40 

110 

40 

118 

102 

92 

32 

65 

45 

150 

60 

50 



Al 


$12 
12 
25 
12 




Al 
Al 
Al 


$2,100 
10,000 


Al 




Al 
Al 


12 


1,400 


Al 


6 
2S 




At 




Al 


1,000 

96 

1,686 


Al 
Al 
Al 


5 
3 
5 
1-10 
6 


Al 
Al 
Al 


5,000 
360 



March. 
December. 
Jime, 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 

February. 

October. 

December. 

May. 

January. 

Jime. 

March. 
June. 






COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
OREGON— Continued. 



101 



City and organization. 



Eugene (pop, 14.257): 

Chamljcr of Commerce 

Lane County Credit Association 

Florence (pop. 311): Chamber of Commerce 

Forest Grove (pop. 1,7?2): Commercial Club 

Frecwater (pop, 532): Commercial Club 

Gold Hill (pop, 423): Greater Gold Hill Club 

Grants Pass (pop. 3,897): Chamber of Commerce 

Hillsboro (pop. 2,016): Hillsboro Club 

Hood River (pop. 2,331): Commercial Club 

Independence (pop, 1,100): Retail Merchants' As- 
sociation. 
Klamath Falls (pop. 2,758): Business Men's Asso- 
ciation. 

La Grande (pop. 4,843): Union County Ad Club 

McMinnville (pop. 2,400): Commercial Club 

Madras (i)op. 364): Commercial Club , 

Marshficld (pop, 2,980): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Coos County Business Men 's Association 

Coos «fc Curry Counties Hardware Dealers' Association. 
Mcdford (pop. 14,932): 

Commercial Club , 

Jackson County Business Men's Association 

Ontario (pop, 1,248): Commercial Club 

Oregon City (pop. 4,287): Commercial Club , 

Pendleton (pop. 4,460): 

Commercial Association 

Umatilla County Merchants' Association 

Portland (pop, 90,426): 

Ad Club. 

Association of Architects 

Association of Credit Men 

Builders' Exchange 

Building Material Dealers' Credit Association... 

Chamber of Commerce 

East Side Business Men's Club 

Greater Portland Plans Association 

Grocers & Merchants* Association 

Kiwanis Club 

Lewis River Tie & Lumber Mills Association 

Produce Credit Association & I'roduce Mer- 
chants' Traffic Bureau. 

Realty Board 

Retail Druggists* Association 

Rotary Club 

Traffic & Transportation Association 

Transportation Club 

Willamette Valley Lumbermen 's Association 

Prine ville ( pop. 1 ,042) : Commercial Club 

Roscburg (pop, 4,738): 

Chaml>er of Commerce 

Merchants ' Association 

Roscburg & Douglas County Merchants' Asso- 
ciation. 

Salem (pop. 21,274): Commercial Club 

Seaside (pop. 1,121): Breakwater Association 

Silverton (pop, 1,588): Commercial Club 

The Dalles (pop. 4,880): 

Chamber oi Commerce 

Wasco County Development League 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



600 

100 

25 

60 

28 

200 

180 

30 

185 

20 

75 

100 
50 
50 

250 

100 

13 



70 

85 

225 

230 
31 

400 
12 

243 

150 

50 

2,500 

160 



192 

150 

4 

10 

525 

75 

300 

100 

375 

25 

90 

175 
55 
55 

475 
75 
60 

180 
60 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 

A2 

A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

A4 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A2 

A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 

A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 

Al 

A2 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 



Anunal income. 



Rate. 



$12 

1-3 

1 

1 

24 
6 



12 

6-12 

3 

12 

1 

12 
10 

6 
18 



1 

18 

12 

3 

12 
3-5 

12 



18 

20 

60-120 

50 



12 
36 



6-12 

12 

25 

50-300 

3-5 



12 

6 

12 

12 

20 
12 



12-120 
1 



Total. 



$7,435 



60 

500 

1,000 



1,800 
240 

900 

1,500 



500 

5,000 
1,800 



2,000 
1,200 
1,000 
3,000 



1,300 
4,800 



3,675 
6,000 
3,000 
115,000 
1,200 



15,375 
6,000 



5,497 
400 
7,500 
11,000 
6.000 
4; 500 
1,080 

1,000 
660 
660 

9,500 



3,600 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



January. 
Do. 

April. 

October. 

September. 

March. 

January. 

Deeemoer. 

March. 



April. 
January. 



Do. 
February. 
January. 



Febniary. 
Januaryl 
Do. 

February. 
March. 

December. 

April. 
JanuMy. 
February . 
April. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
Deceml)er. 
February. 

January. 
Do. 
April. 
February. 
June. 
May. 
April. 

January. 
Do. 
Do. 

December. 
September. 



April. 
March. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Allentown (pop. 65,109): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Rotary Club 

Altoona (pop. 59,712): 

Business Men's Protective Association 
Chamber of Commerce 

Ambridge (pop. 5,205): Community Club. 

Apollo (pop. 3,006): Board of Trade 

Ardmore: Chamber of Commerce 



650 
120 

25 

300 

30 

50 

125 


Al 
A4 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 


$25 
20 

5 
25 
1 
3 
5 


$16,250 
3,000 


7,500 




625 



June. 

January. 
Novembo*. 

February. 
May. 



102 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL— Continued. 
PENNSYLVANIA— Continued. 



City and organization. 



A vclla: Board of Trade 

Bangor (pop. 5,369): 

Board of Trade 

Roofing Slate Association 

Beaver Falls (pop. 13.749): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Manufacturers' Association of Beaver County 

Bellofonte (pop. 4,145): 

Board of Trade 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Belle vuc (pop. 6,323): Board of Trade 

Bclhvood (pop. 2,277): Chamber of Commerce 

Bethlehem (pop. 14, 453): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Druggists' Association 

South Side Business Association 

Blairsville (pop. 3,572): Chamber of Commerce 

Boycrtown (pop. 2,433): Greater Boyertown Associ- 
ation. 

Braddock (pop. 22,060): Board of Trade 

Bradford (pop. 14,544): 

Board of Commerce 

Business Men 's A ssociation 

Bryn Mawr: Business Association 

Butler (pop. 28.677): 

Business Men's Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Cambridge Springs (pop. 1,514): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Dairymen's League 

Camptown: Mcrciiants' Union Protective Association 
Canonsburg(pop. 3,891); Canonsburg-Houston Cham- 
ber of Commerce. 

Carlisle (pop. 10,975): Chamber of Commerce 

Carnegie (pop. 11,963): Chamber of Commerce 

Chamt)ersburg (pop. 12,47.5): Chamber of Commerce . 

Charleroi (pop. 12,304): Board of Trade 

Chester (pop. 33,988): 

Kiwanis Club 

Manufacturers' Association of Delaware County.. 

Rotary Club 

Clarion (pop. 2,612): Board of Trade 

Coatesville(pop. 14.9S,S): Chamber of Commer^^ 

Columbia (pop. 11,454): Merchants d: Manufacturers' 

Association. 
Corrv (pop. 5,991): Board of Commerce <t Industry. . 

Coudersport (pop. 3,100): Chamber at Commerce 

Crafton (pop. 4,r>H3): Board of Trade 

Curwensvilie (pop. 2,549 ): Business Men's Association 
Danville (pc^. 7,517): Retail Morchantb' Protective 
Association. 

Dickson City (pop. 12,-530): Board at Trade 

Doylestown (pop. 3,304): Chamber of Commerce 

DuBois( pop. 14,994): Community Association 

Duquesne (pop. 20,694): Board of Commerce 

East Greenville (pop. 1,235): Board of Trade 

Easton (pop. 30.S54); Board of Trade 

East Stroudsburg (pop. 3,330): 

Board of Trade 

Merchants' Association 

Monroe County Merrtiants' Association 

Elizabeth (pop. 2,311): Board of Trade 

Elhvood City (pop. 3,902): Board of Trade 

Ephrata (pop. 3,192): Business Men's Association... 
Erie (pop. 76,. "92): 

Automobile Dealers' Association 

Board of Commerce 

Commercial Club 

18 Karat Club 

Erie County Retail Druggists' A ssociation 

Manufactiu-ers' Association 

Retail Grocers' Associat ion 

Sheet Metal Coastruction Association 

Farrell (pop. 11,307): Commercial Club I 

Franklin (pop. 11.555): Board of Trade 

Galeton (pop. 4,027;: Cliamber cf Commerce 




Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Al 



Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



25 
10-60 



«-12 



13-60 
25 



Tola. 



8,750 
1,800 



525 
150 

40,000 

90 

600 
600 

1,500 

10,000 

3,000 

385 

2,400 
10,000 



7,500 
600 

2,000 
450 



9,670 
1,100 



125 
400 

75 

175 

7,630 

2,000 

35 
6,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



June. 
January. 

October. 
December. 

January. 



Do. 



2,274 May. 



July. 



Do. 
January. 

Do. 
March. 
January. 

Do. 

April. 

March. 

April. 

Febniarj. 
June. 

Jantiary . 
November. 
January. 
July. 

November. 
January. 

February. 



January. 
June. 

January. 
Do. 



November. 

Do. 
January. 



February. 

April. 

Augu.st. 

February. 



510 March. 

'78" May. 

Do. 



750 
132 



72 
2,000 
7,250 
2,000 



January. 



Do. 
September. 
March. 



April. 

Do. 
May. 

December. 
January. 






COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
PENNSYLVANIA— Continued. 



103 



City and organization. 



Gettysburg (pop. 4,OT0): Chamber of Commerce. 
Glen Rock (pop. 1,26.^): Merchants' Association. 
Glenshaw: Shi " 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers 



laler Township Board of Trade. 
Greensburg ( nop. 15,881): 

Board of Prade 



Business Men's Association 

Rotary CI ub 

Greenville (pop. 5,909): Board of Trade 

Grove City ( pop. 3,674): Commercial Club 

Hamburg (pop. 2,;«)1 ): Board of Trade 

Hanover (pop. 7,o:.7): Merchants' Association 

Harrisburg (pop. 73,276): 

Association of Credit Men 

Chaml>er of Commerce 

Jewelers' Association 

Kiwanis Club 

Retail Furniture Dealers* Association 

Rotarv Club 

Hastuigs (pop. 2,125): Nwthern Cambria Merchants 

Association. 
Harleton (pop, 2R.981): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Protect ive Association 

HoUidaysburg (pop. 3,734): Chamber of Commerce. . , 
Homestead (pop. 2i,071): 

Chamber of Commerce I 

Merchants' Credit Bureau j 

Honesdale (pop. 2,945): Business Men's Association.! 

Huntingdon (pop. 6,861): Chamber of Commerce ' 

Indiana (pop. 5,749): Chamber of Commerce } 

Irwin (pop. 2,886): Board of Trade ! 

Johnsonburg ( pop. 4,3;i4): Board of Trade ' 

Johnstown (pop. 70.473): 

Chamber of Commerce ' 

Merchants' Credit Bureau 

Kane (pop. 6,626): Business Men's Association 

Kennett Square (pop. 2.049): Board of Trade 

Kittanning (pop. 4,311): Business Men's Association 
of Armstrong County. 

Kutrtown (pop. 2;MiO): Commercial Club 

Lancaster (pop. 41,4.'i9): 

Advertisers' Club 

Ben Franklin Club ; 

Cham'xT of Commerce ■ 

Kiwanis Club ! 

Leaf Tobacco Board of Trade I 

^fanufacturers' Association j 

Real Estate Board 

Retail ( Jrooers' Association ' 

Rotarv Club • 

Lansdale (pop. 3,r).">l ): Board of Trade 

Lebanon (pop. 20,947): 



liusiness Men's Association. 



Chamlx'r of Commerce 
Lcechburg (pop. 3,024): Mercliants' Protective As- 
sociation. 

I^eighton (pop. 5,316): Board of Trade , 

I^wstown (pop. 1M20): Chamber of Commerce 

Lititt (pop. 2,082): RetaU Merchants' Association..., 
Lock Haven (pop. 7,772): Business Men's Association 
McDonald (pop. 2,.')43): Business Men's Association.. 

McKeespori (pop. 48,299): Chamber of Commerce 

McKees Rocks (pop. 20,795): Chamlier of Commerce. 
Malionoy City (pop. 17,709): Chamber of Commerce. 
Mansfield (pop. 1.045): Business Men's Association.. 
Marcus Hook (pop. 1,.573): Chamber of Commerce... 

Meadville (pop. 13,908): Chamber of Commerce 

Mechanicsburg (pop. 4,409): Business Men's League. 
Mcyersdalo (pop. 3,741): 

Community Boosters' Club 

Merchants & Professional Men's Protective As- 
sociation. 

Middletown (pop. 5,374): Board of Trade 

Millersburg (pc^. 2,394) : Merchants' Association 

Millvale (pop. 7,801): Business Men's Association... 
Milton (poo. 7,460): 

Board of Trade 

Business Men's Association 



50 

5 

125 

200 

55 

48 

150 

295 

300 

15 

24 

910 
20 
133 
9 
159 
112 



310 

25 

105 

700 
60 

110 

250 
37 
40 

100 

9.50 
162 
70 
100 
100 

45 

38 
12 

200 

105 
40 
75 
19 

150 
73 

100 

100 

355 
18 

46 
125 

37 

106 

9 

410 

60 
185 

GO 

65 
400 
100 

175 

38 

150 
85 
65 

75 
64 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 

A2 
Al 
A2 
A4 
A2 
A4 
Al 



Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A3 
A4 
A2 
A4 
Al 

A2 

Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



S20 



5 
3-6 
10 
3 
5 
1 



15 
25 



20 

25 

15 

1-3 



25 



6 
12 



6 

10 



12 
5 

25 

12-250 

9 

3 



3 
I 

25 
15 
25 
15-100 
10 

3 
10 

5 

12 

25 
1 

C 
5 
2 
2 
1 

25 
5 

25 
3 

12 

25 
5 



Total. 



S250 



1,000 
1,400 



360 
22,750 



45 



7,500 



1,000 
600 



24,000 

3,600 

700 

300 

3,000 



.5,000 
1,050 

400 
3, .500 

190 

4-^ 
1,200 

£00 

1,000 

8,875 



1,500 



600 

9 

10,000 



4,025 
ISO 



4,000 
1,200 

COO 
225 

150 
35 



200 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



January. 

Do. 

February, 
Do. 

May. 

January. 
Do" 
Do. 



October. 
January. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 



May. 

August. 

October. 

January. 
May. 
March. 
Do. 

February. 
January. 



August . 

February. 

Januarv. 



Do. 

Juno. 

December. 
Septeml>er. 
December. 

January. 
Decemljer. 
June. 
Aprd. 



Do. 
May. 
January. 

Do. 
July. 
January. 

Do. 
August. 
May. 

March. 

January. 

April. 

Do. 
January. 

August. 



January. 

Do. 

Do. 
March. 



104 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL— Continued. 
TENNSYLVANIA— Continued. 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
PENNSfLVANIA— Continued. 



105 



city and organization. 



Monesson Cpop. 23.070): Board of Trade 

Mononpahela (pop. 7,598): ChamJ>er of Commerce 

Montpomory (pop. 1,490): Business Men's Association 
Mount Carmel (pop. 20,709): 

Chamber of Commerce , 

Retiiil Merchants' Protective Association 

Mount Joy (pop. 2,ltJ6): Board of Trade 

Mount Pleasant (pop. 5,812): Merchants' Association 
Mount Union (pop. 3,338): 

Business Men's Assocint ion 

Industrial <fe Improvement Association 

Mnncy (pop. 1,904): Business Men's .\ssociation 

New Brighton (pop. 9,»i37): 

Business Men's Association v 

tion. 

Chamber of Commerce 

New Castle (pop. 41.915): 

Association of Credit Men , 

Tietail Grocers' Association 

Rotary Club '. 

New Kensington (pop. 7,707): 

Board of Trade 

Dealers* Aid Bureau .. 

Norristown (pop. 31,969): 

Manufacturers* Association of Montgomery 
County , 

Merchants* Association 

Northampton (pop. 8,729): Progressive Association.., 

Oil City (pop. 20.102): Cnamber of Commerce 

Palmerton : Board of Trade 



Pen Arpyl (pop. 3,967): Board of Trade. 

Perkasie (pop. 2,779): Board of Trade 

Philadelphia (pop. 1,701,371): 

Allied Associitlons of West Philadelphia 

Association of Credit Men 

Association of Manufeicturers' Representatives. . 

Association of Retail Druggists 

Association of Wholesale Jewelers 

Automobile Trade Association 

Board of Trade 

Boot & Shoe Manufacturers* Association 

Bridesburg Improvement Association 

Builders' Supply Association. 



Burholme Improvement Association... 

Business Men's Association of Gcrmantown. 

Bustleton Improvement Association 

Central North Philadelphia Business Association. 

Chamber of Commerce 

Chestnut Hill Business Men's Association '. 

Chestnut Street Business Men's Association 

(loth Manuficturers' Association 

Cohocksink Business Men & Tajcpayers' Associa- 
tion. 
Columbia Avenue Business Men's Association. . 

Commercial Exchange 

Drug Exchange " ' 

East Germantown Improvement Association..! 

Electrical Credit Association 

Engineers* Club 



Fairmount Business Men's Association , 

Fox Chase Improvement Association 

Frankford Board of Trade 

Frankford Business Men & Taxpayers' Associa- 
tion. 

Frankford Cirocers' Association 

Furniture & Bedding Manufacturers' Association 

Georges Hill Improvement & Business Men's As- 
soaation. 

Grocers* Importers* Exchange 

Haddington Improvement Association 

Hardware Merchants & Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion. 

Kensington Board of Trade 

Laundry Owners' Exchange 

Logan Improveme^nt League 

Lumbermen's Exchange 

Manayunk Business Men's Association 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



250 
76 
50 

80 
62 
50 
50 

no 

50 
54 

24 

275 

23 
46 
94 

150 
125 



100 
100 
150 
396 
86 
60 
104 

12 

1,015 

150 

600 

30 

1.50 

1,700 

18 
150 

45 
126 
375 
147 
250 
6,847 
165 
173 

40 
250 

189 
412 
100 
500 



2,003 
104 
150 
223 
257 

747 

35 

100 

1.50 
150 



250 

37 

2,200 

152 
50 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
A2 

Al 
A4 
Al 

A2 

Al 

A4 
A2 
A4 

Al 
A4 



A3 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 

Al 
A4 

A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
A4 
Al 

A4 

Al 
A4 

Al 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A2 



Annual income. 



Rate.' 



S3 
2 
6 

1 
1 



10 
25 



1 

26 

10 

2 

10 

16 
12 



10 
5 

25 
2 



1 
6 

.lO 

10 
12 
10 
10-25 
10 



1 



1 

3 
25 

3 
10 
25 

6 

1 

35 

15 

1 

60 

10-25 

1-6 

1 

5 

2 

6 
6 
1 



6 
100 

I 
25 

1 



Total. 



$7.')0 
l.'iO 
300 



1,000 

l,2.-i0 

624 



6,875 



5.'»0 
1,200 

3,500 
1,500 



3,500 



9,900 
2:i8 



104 



35,000 
1,500 
7,000 



12,000 



150 



147 

800 
170,000 



i,7;u) 

9,000 
1,500 

700 



400 



l.'>0 

1,000 

500 

4,.200 
775 
100 



1,2.'>0 
4,000 
3,500 
6,000 
300 



Date of an- 
nual meeting 



City and organization. 



ft 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



March 
Do. 

January. 
October. 

Bo. 

Do. 

Jcjinary. 
Do. 



December. 
January. 
June. 
March. 



May. 

February. 
January. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



AprU. 
November. 
January. 
March. 
Do. 
January. 
May. 

Do. 
Do. 
January. 
Do. 

Do. 

February. 

June. 

March. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 
September. 
November. 
May. 
June. 

March. 
April. 

Febmary. 

March. 

May. 

January. 

Do. 

March. 

June. 

December. 

April. 

March. 



Philadelphia (pop. 1.761,371)— Continued: 
Manuficturers' Club 



S 



Manufacturers & Employers' Association of Gcr- 
mantown. 

Maritime Exchange 

Market Street Merchants' Association 

Mason Builders' Association 

Master Builders' E xchange 

Merchandise Brokers' Association 

Metal Club.... 

Metal Manufacturen;' Associal ion 

North Frankford Avenue Business Men's Asso- 
ciation 

North Kensington Easiness Men's Association.. 

North Philadelphia Business Men's Association. 

North Philadelphia Club 

Olney Improvement Association 

Pa"syunk Avenue Business Men's Association 

Philadelphia Bourse 

Plumbing Supply Association , 

Produce T. xchango 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Retail Lumbermen's Association 

Shirt Manufacturers' Association of Philadelphia 
A' vicinity , 

Shoe Manufacturers' Association , 

Shoe Retailers* Association 

Sixtieth & Market Streets Business Men's Asso- 
ciation , 

Somcrton Improvement Associat ion 

South Philadelphia Business Men's Association.. 

South Seventh Street Business Men's Association 

South Street Business Men's Association 

Stationers' Association , 

Tliirtv-sixth Ward Improvement Association... . 

Tile & Mantel Contractors* Association , 

Tioga Business Men's Association , 

Traffic Association 

Twenty-first Ward Board of 'Trade 

Twenty-ninth Ward Business Men's Association 

Wholesale Fish Dealers' Protective Association. . 

Wholesale LumUT Dealers' Association 

Woodland Avenue Business Men's Association. . 

Wool & Textile Association 

Philipsburg (pop. 3,58.5): Chaml)er of Commerce 

Phoenixville (pop. 11,871): Chamber of Commerce . . . 
Pittsbiu-gh (pop. 593.303): 

Allegheny County Liquor Dealers' Protective 
Association 

Allied Boards of Trade of Allegheny County 

Association of Credit Men 

Board of Trade 

Booksellers <fe Stationers* As.sociation 

Brookline Board of Trade 

Brushf on Board of Trade 

Business Men's Association of the East North 
Side 

Chamber of Commerce 

Cine Club of Allegheny County 

Dormont Board of Trade 

Emplovers' Association 

E tna Board of Trade 

Hazlewood Board of Trade 

Homewood Boiud of Trade 

Newspaper Pulilishers' Association 

North Side Chamber of Commerce 

C)akland Board of Trade 

Ot)servatory Hill Business Men's Association 

Real Estate Board 

Retail Grocers' Protective Union 

Retail Meat Dealers' Association 

Sheet Metal Contractors' Association 

Shoe Retailers' Association 

Purchasing Agents' Association 

Spring Garden Borough Board of 'Trade 

Spring Hill Board of Trade 

Squirrel Hill Board of Trade 



3,500 
20 

399 
236 
115 
513 
24 
12 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



60 
400 
223 

81 
200 

85 
3,308 



75 

1,605 

46 



18 
80 

120 

45 

350 

70 

150 

61 

110 

13 

350 

150 

375 

50 

29 

53 

130 

100 

130 

85 



1,035 

30 

1,100 

650 

10 

400 

102 

325 

5,610 

1,050 

1,112 

500 

75 

80 

200 

7 

260 

175 

50 

275 

400 

365 

45 

110 

200 

75 

140 

285 



A3 

A4 

A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 



A4 
A2 

A2 
Al 
Al 
A2 
A2 
A2 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 



Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A4 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 



$100 
5 

35 
5 



25 



2 
3 

25 
1 
3 



50 

6 

10 



6 
3 
5 

10-30 

2 

75 

1 



1 



50 
10 

2 

10-25 

20 

1 



5 

10 

25 

12 

6 

1 

1 

1 

40 

5-100 
2 



5 
6 
2 
10-25 
10 
5 



5-10 

10 

1 

2 

2 



Total. 



1100 

13,965 

11,500 

900 

25,000 



200 
250 
1,000 
2,025 
200 
255 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



10,000 

10,000 

450 



400 

720 
22 
500 
200 
600 
2,250 



975 



400 
"580' 



2,000 

4,000 

100 



May. 
April. 

Do. 

September. 
January. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

February. 
Decemt>cr. 
September. 
October. 

May. 

January. 

April. 

March. 



May. 
February. 

January. 

October. 

Do. 

Do. 
November. 
April. 
October. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

November. 

February. 

May. 



25,000 I December. 
September. 

Do. 
February, 
January. 



50 

'266' 

COO 



400 



75 
400 
400 



1,250 
875 
150 



6,000 
250 



75 



December. 



May. 
Do. 

June. 
February. 
April. 
December. 

May. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
November. 

March. 
January. 



106 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAI» — ('ontinueil. 
PENNSYLVANIA— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Pittsburg (pop. 593,303)— Continued: 

Tile & Mantel Contractors' Association 

Uptown Board of Trade 

Washington Heights Board of Trade 

Pittston (pop. 18,975): Merchants' Association 

Plymouth (pop. 19,439): Board of Trade 

Portage (pop. 2,953): Board of Trade 

Port Allegheny (pop. 1,972): Board of Trade 

Pottstown (pop. 16,987): 

Business Men's Association 

Commercial League 

Rotary Club 

Pottsville (pop. 22,717): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Punxsutawncy : Business Men's Association 

Quakcrtown ("pop. 3,801): Chamber of Commerce . . 
Beading (pop. 111,607): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Contractors & Bmlders' E xchange 

Manufacturers' Association of Berks County . . . 

Retail Coal Dealers' Association 

Retail Grocers' Association of Berks Coimty . . . 

Rotary Club 

ReynoldsyiUe (pop. 3,189): Chamber of Commerce .. . 
Ridgway (pop. 5,403): 

Board of Trade 

Elk County Manufacturers' Association 

Roversford (pop. 3,073): Business Men's Association. 

St.'Marys (pop. 6,346): Merchants' Association 

Sayro (pop. 6,426) : Chamber of Commerce 

Schuylkill Haven (pop. 4,747): 

Industrial Association 

Manufacturers' Associati<m 

Merchants' Association of Schyulkill Haven, 

Cressona & Vicinity 

Scottdalc (pop. 5,456): Chamber of Commcroe 

Scranton (pop. 149,511): 

Board of Trade 

Builders' Exchange 

Commercial Association 

Manufacturers' Association of Lackawanna 
County. 

Retail Merchants' Protective Association 

Rotary Club 

Sellers villc (pop. 1,572): Board of Trade 

Sewickley (pop. 4,479): Sewickley Valley Board of 

Trade. 
Shamokin (pop. 21,274): Business Men's Association 

<fe Board of Trade. 
Sharon (pop. 19,156): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Exchange 

Shippensburg (pop. 3, 457): Board of Tradee 

Slatington (pop. 4,454): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Protective Association 

Somerset (pop. 2,612): 

Chamber of Comm»ce 

Steelton (pop. 15,759): 

Business Men's Association 

Mimicipal League 

Stoncboro (pop. 1,074): Board of Trade 

Stroudsbur^ (pop. 4,379): 

Industrial Club 

Manufacturers' Association of Monroe County 

Monroe County Merchants' Association 

Simbury (pop. 16,661): Rotary Club 

Susquehanna (pop. 3,478): 

Susquehanna-Oakland-Lanesboro Business Men's 
Association. 

Buter\ille (pop. 917): Board of Trade 

Swissvalc (pop. 7,381 ): Board of Trade 

Tarentum (pop. 7,414): 

Allegheny Valley Chamber of Commerce — 

Business Men's Associati3n of Tarentum 
vicinity. 



and 



17 
250 
100 
115 
75 
50 
100 

202 
25 
45 

448 
l<>t 

85 
112 

425 
75 
200 
31 
170 
155 
150 

75 
37 
42 

40 
100 

350 
12 

40 
100 

1,250 
105 



70 

140 

132 

75 

100 



429 
25 



150 
16 

225 

25 
94 

80 

1.35 
33 
80 
54 

95 

100 



250 
105 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
A4 

Al 
A2 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A3 
A2 
A2 
A4 
Al 

Al 
A3 
A2 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A3 

A2 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A2 
A3 

A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 



Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 
A2 
A4 

Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$100 
3 



1-6 

5 

3 

10 

2 
5 
5 

25 

2 

2-6 

2 

23 
10 



Total. 



12 

4 

16 

20 



2-« 
1 
7 



10 

1 

12 

20 
25 



10 

1 

10 
1 
4 



25 
2 



6 

"2 

10 



1 
&-10 

10 

2 
1 

12 
1 



$816 
300 
100 



I.JDOO 
250 
250 

11,200 

984 
600 
224 

10,625 
750 

18,000 

372 

700 

1,200 



2'>0 
324 
500 



240 
80 



22,000 
1,260 



2,000 

700 

3,300 

75 

400 



11,000 
150 



Pate of an- 
nual meeting. 



800 



160 

1,300 

200 

80 



950 

300 
300 

3,000 
l.COO 



February. 
January! 
Peceraoer. 
January. 

Do. 
April. 

May. 

February. 
Do. 



January. 

September. 

October. 

April. 
February. 
October. 
Do. 
January. 
May. 
September. 

January. 

July. 

January. 

Do. 
May. 



Do. 

June. 
December. 

January. 
Do. 

February. 

December. 
June. 
ApriL 
May. 



Do. 
January. 



Do. 
Do. 

December. 



November. 



February. 

October. 

AprlL 



February. 

January. 
November. 

Do. 



. ^ 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
PENNSYLVANIA— Continued. 



107 



City and organization. 



Titasville (pop. 21,600): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Protective Association 

Tre vorton: Board of Trade 

Troy (pop. 1,2S8): 

Busuie.ss Men's Club 

Dairymen '.s I^eague 

Turtle Creek (pop. 4,996): Board of Trade & Public 
Welfare. 

TjTone (pop. 7,176): Chamber of Commerce 

Union City (pop. 3,6S4): Chamber of Commerce 

Uniontown (pop. 21,600): Coke Producers' Associa- 
tion of the Connellsville Region. 

Vandorgrift(pop. 3,438 ): Chamber of Commerce 

Warren (pop. 15,0K3):Chamber of Commerce 

Washington (pop. 22,076): Board of Trade 

Wamesnoro (pop. 7,199): 

Board of 'Trade 

CliaralxT of Commerce 

Manufacturers' Association 

Waynesburg (pop. 3,545): Greene County Board of 
Trade. 

Weatherly (pop. 2,501): Chamber of Commerce 

WeUsboro (pop. 3,183): Chamber of Commerce 

West Chester (pop. 13.408): Board of Trade 

West Grove (pop. 4,703): Board of Trade 

West Newton (pop. 2,880): Board of Trade 

Wilkes-Barre (pop. 78,334): 

Associaticm of Credit Men 

Greater Wilker-Barre Chamber of Commerce 

Society of Architects 

Williamsport (pop. 31,860): 

Board of Trade 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



Lycoming County Grocers' Association 

Lycoming County Manufacturers' Association . 

Merchants' Association 

Progressive League 

York (pop. 52,770): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Kiw anis Club 

Manufacturers' Association 

Rotary Club 

Traffic Club 



341 
52 
40 

65 
252 
175 

140 

250 

50 

45 
151 

487 

50 

50 

12 

300 

100 

110 

124 

50 

77 

37 

1,000 

16 

300 

200 

70 

70 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



900 
75 

108 
82 

105 



Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A4 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A3 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A4 

Al 
A2 
A3 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A3 
A4 
A4 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$25 



25 
1 



3-10 
25 
25 

5 

3 

50 

5 

1 

10 
5 
1 
1 



12.50-25 
10 

25 
2 



6-200 
8 



15 
2.50-5 



Total. 



$8,800 
468 



4,700 



300 

3,775 

11,500 



150 
'i,'566" 

100 
1,100 

620 
50 
77 



23,000 



7,500 
1,000 



11,000 

600 

6,000 

1,230 

525 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



June. 
December. 



January. 

November. 

December. 

April 

Do. 

Do. 
February. 
June. 

May. 
December. 

January. 

March. 

January. 

February. 

January. 

October. 

November. 

January. 

October. 

June. 

November. 
January. 



Do. 
November. 
December. 
May. 
January. 



PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 



ManHa: 

Chamber of Commerce of thePhilippine Islands. 
Merchants' Asscciation 




February. 
December. 



PORTO RICO. 



Arecibo: Camara Insular de Comercio 

Ponce (pop. 35,005): 

Camara Insular de Comercio 

National Coflfee Growers' Association 

San Juan (pop. 48,716): 

Camara Insular de Comercio 

Centro 'le DetalUstas de Provisiones 

Port J Rico Fruit Exchange 

Porto Rico Sugar Producers' Association 



35 


Al 

1 


102 


Al 


325 


A4 


450 


Al 


105 


A2 


128 


A4 


46 


A4 



$12 

18-30 
1-10 



$500 

3,000 
3,000 



1,442 
20 100,000 



Deoember. 

July. 
April. 

July. 

December. 
February. 
June. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



Bristol (pop. 9,778): ImiMX)vement Associatian 

East Greenwich (pop. 3,420): Chamber of Commerce 

Newport (pop. 22,441): Board of Trade 

Pawtucket (pop. 39,231): Chamber of Commerce — 



92 

80 

135 

350 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 



$2 
1 
5 

10 



$180 



600 
3,500 



March. 
February. 
March. 
January. 



108 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
RHODE ISLAND— Continued. 



City and organisation. 



Providence (pop. 263,613'): 

Association of Credit Men 

Builders & Traders' Exchange 

Butchers, Grocers & Marlcetmen's Association.. 

ChamU T of Commerce 

Commercial Club 

Cotton Buyers' Association 

KiwanisChib 

Rotary Club 

South Kingston (pop. 6,176): Board of Trade 

Westerly (pop. 9,539): Ctranito Manufacturers <fc 

Quarry OwTiers' Association. 
Woonsocket (pop. 2S.204): 

Chamber of Commerce 

• Chamber de Commerce de Social 

KlwanisClub 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



1K2 
110 
120 
2,300 
100 

16 
110 
150 
175 

15 



494 

65 

107 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



A4 
A4 
A2 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 



Al 
Al 
A4 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



17 

20 

2 

25 

35 

25 

10 

10 

5 

200 



12-50 
12 

8 



Total. 



$1,183 
2,200 



56,000 



400 
1,000 
4,000 



170 



fi,500 
300 
8o6 



Pate of an- 
nual meeting. 



June. 
January. 

Do. 
Deoember. 

Do. 
February. 
January. 
June. 
January. 

Do. 



Do. 
November. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Anderson (pop. 12,6«17): Chamber of Commerce 

Barnwell (pop. 1,324): Business league 

Batesburg (pop. 1,996): Board of Trade 

Beaufort (pop. 2,4S6): Chamber of Commerce 

Camden (pop. 3,569): Chamber of Commerce 

Charleston (pop. 61,041): 

Chamber or Commerce 

Cotton Exchange 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Cheraw (pop. 2,873): Board of Trade 

Chester (pop. 4,754): Chamber of Commerce 

Columbia (pop. 35,165): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Credit Association 

Rotary Club 

Conway (pop. 1,228): Civic League 

Florence (pop. 7,ft57): Chamber of Commerce 

Gaflney (pop. 4,767): Chamber of Commerce & Agri- 
culture. 

Greenville (pop. 18. 574): Chamber of Commerce 

Hartsville ( pop. 2,3t>o): Chamber of Commerce 

Laurens (pop. 4,818): Chamber of Commerce 

Orangebiu-e (pop. 5,90»i): Chamber of Commerce — 

Rock Hill (pop. 7,216): Chamber of Commerce 

Spartansburg (pop. 21,985): Chamberof Conunerce. . 
8Tmimerville(pop. 2,355): Business Men's League. . . 
Sumter (pop. 9,886): Sumter County Chamber of 

Commerce. 
Union (pop. 5,623): Chamber of Commerce & Agri- 
culture. 



208 

50 

150 



100 

1,206 
57 

223 
75 

252 

600 
72 
26 
53 

100 
140 

450 
100 

41 
200 
350 
250 

30 



100 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 



$23 



25 
20-60 



5 
12 

20-1,500 

24 

5 

1 

25 



25 
12 

9 
25 
12 
25 

5 
&-20 

3-12 



$8,000 



300 

30,150 

2,460 

2,000 

375 

5,400 

30,000 
1,728 
1,000 



2,'m 

3,000 

11,000 
1,200 
3t>9 
6,000 
4,200 
6,250 
150 
5,000 

2,500 



April. 

JtUy. 

November. 

March. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 
March. 
ApriL 

December. 

February. 

May. 

February. 

March. 



November 
January, 
February, 
January. 

Do. 
February. 
June. 
January. 

April. 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



Aberdeen (pop. 15,926): 

Commercial Club 

M erchant s' Association 

Belle Fourche (pop. 1.352): Commercial Club , 

Brookings (pop. 2,971): Commercial Club , 

Canton (pop. 2,103): Commercial Club 

Clark (pop. 1,220): Commercial Club , 

Deadwooa (pop. 3,653): Business Club 

Flandreau (pop. 1,484): Civic Improvement League.. 

Hot Springs (pop. 2,140): Commercial Club 

Huron (pop. 5,791): 

C ommercial C lub 

Rotary Club 

Lemmon (pop. 1,255): Commercial Club 

Madison (pop. 3, 137): 

C omm er cial Club 

Merchants' Association 

Mitchell (pop. 6,515): Chamber of Commerce 

Mobridge (pop. 1,200): Chamber of Commerce 



466 


Al 


118 


A2 


152 


Al 


175 


Al 


150 


Al 


100 


Al 


205 


Al 


20 


Al 


100 


Al 


300 


Al 


42 


A4 


80 


Al 




Al 

Al 


62 


325 


Al 


25 


Al 



$10-25 
10 
10 
10 
6 
5 
18 



10 

^100 

5 

10 



27 
2 

50 



$35,609 
3,300 
5,000 
2,700 



500 



1,000 

8,000 
420 
700 



1,680 
6,000 



May. 

January. 

September. 

October. 
January. 
Decemoor. 

April. 
January. 

February. 

June. 

February. 



January. 
Do. 
April. 



^ r 



/ 






COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
SOUTH DAKOTA— Continued. 



109 



City and organization. 



Parker (pop. 1.224): Commercial Club. 
Pierre (pop. 3,656): Commercial Club.. 
Rapid City (pop. 3,8.>4): 
iner of C( 



Chamber of Commerce. 

Commercial Club. 

Redfleld ( pop. 3,060): Commercial Club 

Sioux Falls (pop. 16,887): 

Associate*! Retailers 

Automobile Dealers' Association 

Commercial Club 

Implements VehicleClub 

Retail Clothing Associat ion 

Sisseton (pop. 1,397): Commercial Club 

Vermillion (pop. 2,187): Commercial Club 

Watertown (pop. 7,010): 

Chaml>er of Commerce 

M erchants' Association 

Webster (pop. 1,713): 

Commercial Club 

Retail Grocers A: Meat Dealers' Association . 

Winner: Commercial Club 

Yankton (pop. 3,787): Commercial Association . 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



100 
80 



100 
165 

78 

22 

1,026 

150 

7 

60 
125 

160 
85 

56 

7 

100 
80 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 

A2 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A 2 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$10 



25 
5 

5 

100 

12 

5 



15 
15 

12 

12-80 

6 

1 

2 

10 



Total. 



$1,000 
960 



5,000 
2,000 



12,000 



500 
3,000 

2,000 
3,000 

300 
100 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



5,000 



October. 



Febniary. 
January. 

May. 
January. 

Do. 
Decembw. 
July. 

December. 
October. 

March. 
December, 



January. 

May. 

April. 



TENNESSEE. 



Athens (pop. 2,264): Board of Trade 

Bristol (pop. 7,148): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Brownsville (pop. 2,882): Commercial Club 

Carthage (pop. 904): Commercial Club 

Chattanooga (pop. 61,575): 

Builders' E xchangc 

Chamber of Commerce 

Jobbers & Wholesale Dealers' Association 

Kiwanis Club 

Manufacturers' Association 

Real Estate Exchange 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Clarksville (pop. 8,548): 

Advertising Club 

Chamber oT Commerce of Clarksville & Mont- 
gomery County. 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Coal Creek ( pop. 1 ,102): Business Men's League 

Columbia (pop. 5,754): Retail Credit Association 

Cookevilleipop. 1,848): Cumberland Club 

Covington (pop. 2,990): Businej^^s Men'sClub 

Dyer (pop. 1,166): Commercial Club 

Dyersburg (pop. 4,149): Chamber of Commerce 

Elkton (pop. 179); Giles County Farmers' Associa- 
tion. 
Fayettville (pop. 3,439): Lincoln County Busmess 
Men's Credit Association. 

Gallatin (pop. 2,399): Community Club 

Greeneville (pop. 1,920); Burley Association & Busi- 
ness Men's i^eague. 
Harriman (pop. 3,061): 

Board of Trade 

Manufacturers' Association 

Humboldt (pop. 3,446): Business Men's Club 

Jackson (pop. 17,946): 

Association of Commerce 

Rotary Club 

Jellico: Chamber of Commerce 

Johnson City (pop. 8,502): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Factory Sites Association 

Johnson City District Credit Association 

Knoxville (pop. 59.112): 

Advertising Club 

Association of Credit Men 



100 

320 
95 

13l» 
20 

120 
1,500 

56 

125 

139 

20 

35 

100 

143 

200 

40 
38 
30 
30 
60 

250 
44 

279 
45 



70 
90 



125 

14 

200 

200 

43 

197 

192 

192 

41 

104 
95 



Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

A4 

Al 
A4 
A4 
A3 
A4 
A2 
A4 

A4 

Al 

A 2 
A4 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 

Al 
Al 



Al 
A3 
Al 



$6 
25 

i2nim 

12 



50-150 
25 
10 
25 
100 
10 



$2,000 



10,000 

37,500 

560 



24 

6 
12 



10 



10 

12 

1 

6-12 

4-12 



Al 
A4 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 

A4 
A4 



12-24 

10 
15 



o 
12-25 



200 

500 

2,400 

1,200 
2,400 



750 

2,000 

450 



12 
15 



1,200 
1,350 



625 

"i'soo 

4,000 



2,300 
4,800 



6 
10 



110 

600 
950 



Febniary. 

May. 
January. 

Do. 

February. 

March. 

August. 

October. 

January. 
May. 

July 
January. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

April. 
January. 



Do. 

April. 
February. 



Do. 
January. 

November. 
June. 



February. 
January 



May. 



I 



Do. 



no 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 

TENNESSEE— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Knoxvillc (pop. 59.112)— Continued. 

Board of Commerce 

Coal Creek rrotiuccrs' Association 

Retail Credit Men's Association 

Rotary Club 

Lebanon (pop. 3,659): 

Basiness Men's Association 

Commercial Club 

Lewisbur? (pop. 1,830): Marshall County Business 
Men's Credit Association. 

Livingston (pop. 1,421): Chamber of Commerce 

McMinnvUle (pop. 2,299): Commercial Club 

Memphis (pop. 151,877): 

Advertisers' Club 

Architects' League 

Associated Retailers 

Association of Credit Men 

Builders' Exchange 

Chamber of Commerce 

City Club 

Cotton Exchange 

Cotton Factors' Association 

Engineers' Club 

Freight Bureau 

General Contractors' Association 

Jovian League 

Lumbermen's Club 

Merchandise Brokers & Manufacturers' Agents' 
Association. 

Merchants' Exchange 

Real Estate Association 

Retail Credit Men's Association 

Rotary Club 

Wholesale Grocers' Association 

Mount I'leasant (pop. 1,973): Commercial Club 

Nashville (pop. 118,136): 

Advertisers* Club 

Altrusa Club 

Automobile Trade Association 

Broadway Business Men's Association 

Commercial Club 

Credit Men's Association 

Engineering Association 

Grain Exchange 

Kiwanis Club 

Lumbermen's Club 

Manufacturers' Association 

Paint, Oil& Glass Club 

Retail Furniture Dealers & Merchants' Associa- 
tion. 

Retail Grocers & Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Newport (pop. 2,003): Commercial Club 

Fulaski (pop. 2,928): Gites County Farmers' Associ- 
ation. 

South Pittsburg (pop. 2,106): Board of Trade 

Trenton (pop. 2,4<J2): Business Men's Club 

Trimble (pop. 556): Commercial Club 

Tullahoma (pop. 3,049): Board of Trade 

Union City (pop. 4,389): Commercial Club 

Winchester (pop. 1,3.51): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Franklin County Creamery Association 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



1,200 

20 

148 

100 

75 

200 

50 

54 

200 

75 

12 

80 

377 

100 

2,722 

200 

175 

GO 

50 

230 

20 

50 

207 

27 

300 

22 

342 

215 

18 



50 
87 
60 
76 
2,200 
95 

140 
45 

220 
12 

200 
20 
19 

162 

159 

74 

54 



60 

50 

160 

100 



463 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
A4 
A2 
A4 

A2 
Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 

A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A4 
A2 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A3 
A4 
A2 

A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



S25 



36 
25 



24 

5 
1 

24 

6 

30-600 

12 

50-150 

24 

5 

100 



5 

25-250 

24 



12-20 
6 

50 
60 
12 

18 
120 



12 

6 

24-«0 

6 

12^36 

15 

6 

36 

15 

10 

5-60 

34 

6 

12 

15 

12 

1 



12-24 
3 



3 



Total. 



$30,000 

2.jO 

5,328 

3,000 



270 
200 



72 
3,500 



10,000 

60,000 

1,000 

25,000 



500 

17,000 

480 



4,000 
182 

16,000 
1,500 
3,078 
4,200 



600 



38,000 

1,425 

900 



1,000 
120 

5,000 
480 



1,900 

2,500 

1,000 

64 



800 



1,200 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



April. 
January. 
February. 
May. 



Do. 



January. 



April. 

January. 

July. 

May. 

February. 

April. 

May. 

January. 

March. 

January. 

Do. 

Do. 

December. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
May. 
January. 

Do. 

May. 
October. 

January. 

March. 

May. 

April." 

December. 

March. 

February. 

January. 



Do. 

April. 
December. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
January . 

Do. 



TEXAS. 



Abilene (pop. 14,954;: 

Lions Club 

Merchants' Association 

Amarillo (pop. 20,882): 

Boird of City Development 

Business Men's Association 

Aransas Pass (pop. 1,197): Chamber of Commerce. 
Austin (pop. 35,612j: 

Association of Credit Men 

Chamber of Commerce 




A4 

A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 

A4 

Al 



S15 



12-36 
5 

36-108 
23 



S23,000 



1,272 

1,500 
10,000 



January. 



ApriL 
January. 



April. 
January. 



COMMERCIAL. ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
TEXAS— Continued. 



Ill 



City and organization. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



^ Austin (pop. 35,012)- Continued. 

Retail Merchants' Association 

-• Rotary Club 

Ballinger (pop. 3,526): Chamber of Commerce 

Bay City (pop. 3,156): Chamber of Commerce 

Beaumont (pop. 28,851«): 

/" Chamber of Commerce 

Material Men's Association 

Retail Merclumts* Association 

Rotary Club 

Beeville (pop. 3,269): Young Men's Progressive 

League. 
Belton (pop. 4.164): 

Bell Coimty Rictail Merchants' Association 

Young Men's Chamber of Comnicrce 

Big Spring (pop. 4,102): 

chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Bonham (pop. 4,844): 

Board of Trade 

Merchants' Credit Association 

Brady (pop. 2,669): Chamber of Commerce 

Brennam (pop. 4.718): 

Cham wr of Commerce 

J Retail Merchants' Association 

Brownsville (pop. 13,590): Board of City Develop- 
ment. 
Brownwood (pop. 6,967): 

Chamber of Commerce 

I'etroleum Club 

Retail Merchants* Association of Brown County. 
Bryan (pop. 4.132): Bryan & Brazos County Com- 
mercial Association. 

Cameron (pop. 3,263): Commercial Club 

Canadian (pop. 1,648): Chamber of Commerce 

C^lina (pop. 724): Business Men's League 

Childress (pop. 3,818): Chamber of Commerce 

Cisco (pop. 2,410): Chamber of Commerce 

Clarendon (pop. 1.946): 

Donley County Progressive Club 

Retail Merchants' Association 

^ Cleburne (pop. 12,533): 

Chamwr of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Collegeport: Industrial Ivcague 

^ Colorado: Chamber of Commerce 

Commerce (pop. 2,81S): Board of Trade 

Comyn: Business Men's Association 

Corpus Christ! (pop. 10,789): 

Commercial Association 

Merchants' Credit Association 

Corsieana (pop. 10,066): 

^y Chamber of Commerce. 

' Retail Merchants' Association 

Crockett (pop. 3,947) : Commercial Club 

Crosby ton: Young Men's Business League 

Cuero (pop. 3,109): Chamber of Commerce & Agri* 
culture. 

Dalhart (pop. 2,580): Chamber of Commerce 

Dallas (pop. 129,718): 

Advert isiiig Leajme 

Automobile Tra»ie Association 

Builders' Association 

Chamber of Commerce «fc Manufacturers' A^so- 
-• elation. 

Cotton Exchange 

Implement, Hardware, Saddlery 6i Tractor Club. 

Junior Cham'xT of Commerce 

Kiwanis Club 

Lions Club 

Rotary Club 

Trade I.«igue 

Traffic Club 

"Wholesale Credit Men's Association 

Chamber oi Commerce 



155 

108 

105 

41 

1,500 

25 

75 

140 

125 



17 
241 

300 
22 

230 



200 

153 
38 



150 
200 
135 
225 

314 
85 



150 
130 



65 

775 
775 



50 

125 

18 

233 

104 

270 
67 

72 

75 

108 

75 

413 

45 

45 

2,000 

105 
25 
500 
250 
200 
222 
80 
200 
175 
142 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A2 
A4 
Al 



A2 
Al 

Al 

A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 



Al 
A4 
A2 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 

A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 

A4 
A4 
Al 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 



.\ nnual income. 



Rate. 



$1-7 
12 



1.25-10 
25 



2-10 
25 
12 



2-5 



6 
50-10 



Total. 



20 

20 

1-6 

12-120 

1-50 
12 



.25 
2.25 

12 

1-5 

5 

3 

6-10 



16 



25 
30 

100 

15 

6 

10-15 

12-15 

10 

25 

10 

75 

1-25 



$4,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



2,400 
1,800 

35,000 
1,800 
2,000 
1,680 
2,000 



64S 
3,840 

2,000 
477 



2,400 
3,000 



7,500 



3,060 
5,000 

2,000 
1,000 





3,000 
5,000 


1-15 


30 
25 


1,950 

19,375 
1,800 






600 

1,800 


.50-10 



5,825 
1,500 

3,300 



1,800 
1,225 
2,000 

1,800 

6,600 



4,000 
75,000 

15,000 

645 

6,000 

2,500 



10,149 
2,000 
4,000 
4,500 



January. 
July. 
March. 
May. 

January. 

Do. 
May. 

Januarj-. 



April. 

September. 
January. 

April. 

Do. 

Mav. 

'Do. 
Januarj'. 

November. 

January. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
March. 

Do. 

February. 
Do. 

May. 
Januarv. 
Do. 

December. 
Januar}'. 

February. 

January. 

June. 

January. 

May. 

December. 
March. 
December. 

January. 
Novem^ber. 



August. 
June. 

Do. 
May. 
February. 



v~ 



112 



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COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL— Continued. 
TEXAS— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Denison (pop. 11,964): 

Chamber of Commerce , 

Retail Merchants' Protective Association 

Denton (pop. 4.732): 

Cliamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Associat ion , 

Dublin (pop, 2,551): Chamber of Commerce 

Eagle Pass (pop. 3,536): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

El Campo (pop. 1,778): Progressive League 

El Paso (pop. 69,149): 

Advertising Club 

Pusincss Men's Protective Association , 

Chamber of Commerce , 

Material Men's Association 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Ennis (pop. 5,669): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Flatonia (pop. 886): Commercial Club 

Fort Wort>i (pop. 109,597): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Freight Bureau 

Crrain <fe Cot ton Exchange ^ 

Retail Credit Mens Association 

Retail Grocers & Butchers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Gainesville (pop. 7,624): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Galveston (pop. 42,650): 

Commercial Association 

Cotton Exchange & Board of Trade 

Merchants' Association 

Young Men's Progressive League 

Geowtown (pop. 3,096): 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Young Men's Business League 

Gonzales (pop. 3,139): 

Commercial Club 

Retail Merchants' Association of Gonzales County 

Graham (pop. 1,569): Chamber of Commerce 

Greenville (pop. 10,301)! Merchants' Association 

Hallettsville (pop. 1,379): Lavaca County Retail 
Merchants' Association. 

Hamilton (pop. 1.978): Chamber of Commerce 

Haskell (pop. 2,436): Chamber of Commerce 

Hereford (pop. 1,750): Chamber ol Commerce 

Hillsboro (r>op. 6,115): 

Retail Merchants' Association 



Young Men's Business I A>ague 

Honey Grove (pop. 2,300): Commercial Club 

Houston (pop. 116,878): 

Advertising Association 

Association of Credit Men 

Chambt>r of Commerce 

Cotton Exchange & Board of Trade 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Young Men's Business League 

Humble: Retail Merchants' Associat ion 

Huntsville (pop. 2,072): Young Men's Business 
League. 

Jacksboro (pop. 1,480): Chamber of Commerce 

Jacksonville: Retail Merchants' Association 

Kaufman (pop. 1,959): Chamber of Commerce 

Kenedy (pop. 1,147): CkHnmercial Club 

Kingsville: 

JKleberg County Commercial Club 

Retail Merchants' Associat ion 

Lampasas (pop. 2,119): Business League 

Laredo (pop. 15,894): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' As.sociat ion 

Lockhart ( pop. 2,945): Chamber of Commerce 

Lubbock (jpop. 1,938): Chamber ol Commerce 

McAlien: Chamber of Commerce 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



373 
122 

500 

65 

150 

61 
30 



75 

300 

1,500 

30 

272 

167 

15 

100 

500 



85 

50 

350 

290 

300 
65 

600 
144 
135 
300 

15 
150 

100 
38 

175 
70 
69 

60 
150 



120 
120 
225 

42 

74 

2,700 

162 

130 

18 

18 

180 

150 
32 

120 
50 

120 
16 
60 

125 
1S5 
90 
110 
120 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

A4 
A2 
Al 
A4 
A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 

A2 
A2 
A2 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A4 
A2 
Al 

A3 

Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
A2 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A2 
Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



r.ate. 



$12-360 
1.50-5 

1-120 



6HJ0 
1-2.50 



5 

12-180 

6-24 



6-36 
fl-200 



fiOO 
10 



6-20 

12-25 
2-12.50 



50 
12-84 



24 



6 

1-3.50 

6-300 

2 
12-48 



12 

6-150 

6-150 

12 

10-12 
30 
25 



6 

18 

2.50 

1-12 

1 

1 

12 



2-10 
1-10 

25 

1-15 

12-120 



12-200 



Total. 



$7,500 
2,300 

6,000 
3,000 
5,000 

1,905 
500 



1,000 

8,000 

83,000 



1,500 
4,000 

"""so 



10,000 
500 



9,000 

6,000 
2,400 

40,000 

2t),(K)0 

3,000 

1,800 



1,000 



600 
7,500 
1,500 
1,800 



3,600 



5,000 
6,000 
3,000 



3,500 
67,000 



7^0 
3,600 



4,800 

2,000 

600 

3,600 



4,000 

*i,'866 

6,000 
3,600 
3,600 
6,500 
6,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



February. 
January. 



Do. 
Do. 

May. 
Do. 



Do. 

December. 

Do. 

February. 
January. 

November. 

April. 
October. 
January. 
July. 

February. 
March. 

October. 
January. 
December. 
March. 

Do. 
October. 

June. 
May. 

December. 
June. 

April. 

March. 

December. 

Do. 
June. 

May. 

November. 

May. 

April. 

May. 

December. 

Kay. 

AprU. 

January. 
Do. 

Do. 
October. 
April. 

October. 

AprU. 

July. 

May. 

December. 



i 



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i 



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COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
T EX A S— Continued. 



113 



City and organization. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



McKinney (pop. 4,711): Business Men's Association. 
Marlin (pop. 3,878): Chamber of Conunerce & Agri 

culture 
Marshall (pop. 14,076): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Commercial Association 

Mart (pop. 2,939) 

Commercial Club 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Mason: Commercial Club 

Mem])his (pop. 1,936): Hall Covmty Chamber of Com 
merc« 

Mexia (pop. 2,694): Commercial Club 

Mineral Wells (pop. 3,95(3): 

Ch;imber of Commerce 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Rotary Club 

Motmt I'leasant (pop. 3,137): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Navasota (pop. 3,284): Chamber of Commerce 

New Braimfols (pop. 3.165): Chamber of Commerce. 

Ochiltree: Commercial Club 

Orange (pop. 6,527): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Mercliants' Association 

Palestine (pop. 12,075): 

Agriculi ural & Commercial League 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Paris (pop. 12,663): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Pecos (pop. I,h5()): Chamber of Commerce 

Plainview (pop. 2,829) : Retail Merchants' Association 
Port Arthur (pop. 7,663): 

Board of Trade 

Lions Club 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Roi ary Club 

Post : Commercial Club 

Quanah (pop. 3,127): Chamber of Commerce 

Rockdale (pop. 2.073): Chamber of Commerce 

Saint Jo (pop. 822): Board ol Trade 

San Angelo (pop. 10,:J;U): 

Board of City Development 

Merchants' Board of Trade 

San Antonio (pop. 128,215): 

Builders' Exchange 

Chamber of Commerce > 

Credit Men's Association 

Manufaci urers' Associat ion 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

San Marcos (pop. 4,071): Retail Merchants' Associa- 
tion. 
Sherman (pop. 13,S48): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Snyder (pop. 2,514): Chamber of Commerce 

Stamford (pop. 3,902): Chamber of Commerce 

Sulphur Springs (pop. 1,161): Chamber of Commerce 

of Hopkms County. 
Sweetwater (pop. 4,176): 

Board of Citv Development 

Merchants & Business Men's Credit Association . 
Taylor (pop. 5,314): Retail Merchants' Association... 

Teague (pop. 3,288): Chamber ol Commerce 

Temple (j)op. 13,904): 

(Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Terrell (pop. 7,050): Retail Merchants' Association... 
Texarkana (pop.13,099): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Tyl«r (pop. 12,101 ) : Chamber of Commerce 



190 
270 



GOO 
55 

150 
SO 
55 

125 

100 

266 
16 
41 

126 



114 

ItX) 
50 

175 
63 

125 
75 

525 
80 
96 

87 

170 
63 



64 

40 

130 

150 

47 



100 

122 

900 

65 

90 

879 

207 

40 



400 
130 



1.57 
150 



15 

18 
65 
26 

300 
76 
23 

358 
124 
225 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 



Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
Al 
A2 

Al 
A4 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

A4 
Al 
A4 
A3 
A2 
A4 
A2 



Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 



Al 
A 2 
A2 
Al 

Al 

A2 
A2 

Al 
A 2 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$1-10 
50-10 



25 
5-18 

6 

6-120 

2 

12 

12-50 



1 
10 



12-240 

12 

1 

24 
18-120 

26 



6 

1-5 

1 

10 

20 
12 



5 
1 

12-300 
6 



36 

25 

50 

25-50 

12 

20 



12-300 

1-10 

2.50-5 

5 



24-«0 



6 

1-7.50 

1-5 

12 
1 

25 



Total. 



$5,000 



15,000 



1,200 

""iio 



2,000 

6,000 

""492' 



4,000 



50 
15,000 



5,000 
120 

12,500 
2,400 
1,152 
1,044 

7,500 



1,000 
1,000 
3,900 



5,000 



6,500 

5,000 

10,548 

4,000 



9,000 
2,600 



5.000 
4; 000 

6,000 



6.000 

i;800 

700 

10,000 

1,800 

12,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



April, 



Do. 
Jtine. 

January. 
February. 
June. 
August. 

January. 

July. 

March. 

June. 



Do. 

January. 
Do. 



October. 
January. 

June. 



September. 

January. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Jime. 

July. 

February. 

July. 

January. 
February. 

May. 

December. 

March. 

December. 

November. 

May. 



March. 
April. 

November. 



Do. 

Do. 
July. 
February. 

January. 

March. 

February. 

January. 

April. 

February. 



148759°— 20 8 



I\ 



1 1 



114 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 

TEXAS— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Uvalde (pop. 3,398): 

Ketail Merchants' Association 

Vernon (pop. 3.195): 

Chamljer of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Victoria (pop, 3,673): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Waco (pop. 34,015): 

Cbsmber of Commerce 

Lions Club 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Young Men's Business League 

Waxahachie (pop. 6,205): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Wcathcrford (pop. 6,074): Chamber of Commerce .. , 

Wellington (pop. 576): Commercial Club 

Wichita Falls (pop. 12,749): 

Chamber oi Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Wichita Club 

Yoakum (pop. 4,657): 

Commercial Club 

Retail Merchants' Credit Association 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



40 

500 
22 

120 
50 

700 

64 

145 

ia5 

1,300 

.=100 
75 

100 

800 

115 

88 

150 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



70 



A2 

Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 

A2 
A4 
Al 

Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 

Al 
A2 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



11-10 
12-1,500 



12 

10 

12-300 

20 

6 



12 
13-60 



24-120 
25 
10 



Total. 



$10,000 
1,000 

1,400 



22,000 



4,000 
1,600 
7,800 

5,000 
3,000 
4,500 
3,000 

22,000 

5,000 

1,800 

900 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



A 



1.800 



February. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

May. 

February. 

Do. 

April. 

March. 

Juno. 



January. 
May. 

January 



Do. 



UTAH. 



Bingham Canyon (pop. 2,881): Commercial Club 

Urigham City (pop. 3,685): Box Elder Commercial 
club. 

Delta: Commercial Club 

Cirantsville (pop. 1,154): Commercial Club 

Logan (pop. 7,.522): Commercial Club 

Ogden (pop. 32,343): 

Publicity Bureau 

Retail Jkfcrchauts' Association 

Weber Club 

Park Citv ipofp. 3,439): Commercial Club 

Provo (pop. 10,923): 

Commercial Club 

Utah County Credit Rating Association 

Richfield (pop. 2,-559): Commercial Club 

Richmond (pop. 1,562): Industrial Club 

Salt Lake Crly (pop, 121,623): 

Commercial Club & Chamber of Commerce 

Kiwanis Club 

Master Builders' Exchange 

Real Estate Board 

Rotary Club 

Wholesale Drug Exchange 

Tooele City (pop. 2,753): Commercial Club 



125 
200 



75 
350 

100 
45 

400 
80 

257 
35 
SO 
20 

1,100 
215 
25 
76 
190 
21 
50 



Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 



$12 
5-12 



2 
12-36 

1-20 

""25 



3 

20 

3 

60 
25 
25 
10-12 
25 



$2,500 



150 
5,000 

6,000 



100 

3,600 
1,200 



70 

00,000 

2,150 

600 

1,500 



100 



Febniary. 
January. 



rebruary. 
March. 

January. 
Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
March. 
January. 

Do. 

June, 
October, 

January, 
June. 

January. 



• i 



i 



VERMONT, 



Im- 



Barre (pop. 12,401): 

Board of Trade 

Granite Manufacturers' Association 

Granite Quarry Owners' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Barton (pop. 1,330): Irapro\'emcnt Club 

Bennmgton (pop. 9,181): Bennington County 
provement Association. 

Bradford (pop, 631): Board of Trade 

Brattleboro (pop, 6,517): Board of Trade 

Bristol (pop. 1,180): Business Men's Association 

Chester (pop. 666): Board of Trade , 

Enosburg Falls (pop. 1,153): Commercial & Civic 

Association. 
Fairhavon (pop. 2,554): Business Men's Association.. 

Hardwick (pop. 2,094): Board of Trade 

Lyndon ville (pop, 1,573): Community League 

Montpelier (pop. 7,856): Board of Trade 



232 

115 

8 

22 

7S 

225 


Al 
A4 
A4 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
A I 


$5 

200 

25 

5 

12 

1-10 


$1,200 
3,750 


264 
750 




204 
89 

108 
95 


2-10 

1-2 

5 

2 


1,738 
150 


200 


75 
75 

200 


8i 

1 

4 


225 

75 
809 



April. 

December. 

Februarj'. 

January. 

April. 

October, 



April. 
February. 
March, 
Do. 



Do. 

January. 
Do. 






COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued . 
V ERMO NT— Continued. 



115 



City and organization. 



Newport (pop. 2,548): Chamber of Commerce 

Nortnficld (pop, 1,918): Merchants' Association 

Poultney (pop. 1,474): Business Men's Association... 

Randolph (pop. 1.787): Board of Trade 

Richford (pop. 1,948): Board of Trade 

Rochester: Board of Trade 

Rutland (pop. 15,038): Business Men's Association... 

Ft, Albans: City Club 

St, Johnsbury (pop, 6,693): Commercial Club 

South Royalton: Board of Trade 

Springfield (pop. 3.250): Chamber of Commerce 

Btowe (pop. 666): Civic Club 

Swanton (pop. 1,236): Board of Trade 

Waterbiiry (pop. 1,377): Board of Trade 

White River Junction: Board of Trade 

Windsor (pop. 1,906): Board of Trade 

Woodstock (pop. 1,383): Business Men's Association. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



1.50 

20 

65 

62 

120 

115 

165 

200 

110 

50 

100 

60 

124 

80 

70 

100 

50 



Pri- 
mary 


Annual income. 


pur- 
pose. 


Rate. 


Total. 


Al 
A 2 
\1 


$5 
5 

1 


$1,000 
100 


Al 




Al 
Al 


1 
2 
12 
6 
5 
2 
5-10 


120 


Al 




Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 


1,200 
550 
100 
750 
30 
248 


Al 
Al 


2 
2 
3 
2 
3 


Al 
Al 

A2 


300 
200 







Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



February. 
January. 
May. 
January. 

Do. 
November. 
February. 

Do. 
April. 
June. 
January. 
October, 
January. 

Do. 
May. 
January. 
August. 



VIRGINIA. 



J Abingdon (pop. 1,757): Merchants' Association . . 

' Alexandria (pop. 17,939): Cham»)cr of Commerce 

Appalachia(pop. 1,090): Commercial Club 

Bedford (pop. 2,50S): Board of Trade 



875): 



Board of Trade 

Tobacco Board of Trade, 



IUack.sburg(pop 
Blackstone (pop, 1,486) 
Bristol (pop. 0.247): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Buena Vista (pop. 3,245): Board of Trade 

Charlottesville (pop. 6,765): Chamber of Commerce. 
Chatham (pop. 1,113): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association ' 

Culpeper (pop. 1,795): Chamber of Commerce | 

Danville (pop. 20,183): ! 

Chamber of Commerce ' 

Retail Merchants' As.sociation | 

Dilhryn: Chamber of Commerce 

Fredericksburg (pop. 5,874): \ 

Business Men's Association ' 

Chamber of Commerce 

Front Royal (pop. 1,133): Front Royal-Riverton 

Board of Trade. | 

Galax (pop. 755): Retail Merchants' Association....' 
Hampton (pop. 5,505): Hampton- Phoebus Retail ' 

Merchants' Association. 
Harrisonburg (pop. 4,879): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Merchants' Credit Association 

Hemdon (pop. 802): Board of Trade , 

Hopewell: Chamber of Commerce 

Lexington (pop. 2,931): Retail Merchants' Associa- 
tion. 
Lynchburg (pop. 33,497): 

Board of Trade 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Martins^'ille (pop. 3,368): 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Tobacco Board of Trade 

Newport News (pop. 22,622): Retail Merchants' Asso- 
ciation. 
Norfolk (pop. 91,448): 

Ad Club. 



35 
714 

66 

145 

100 

8 

409 
95 

48 



110 

50 
20 
75 

230 
80 
50 

30 

203 

70 

12 

80 



165 
53 
21 

85 
45 



60 

040 

85 



Builders* Exchange 

Builders & Contractors' Association 

Chamber of Commerce- Board of Trade 

Norfolk-Tidewater Association of Credit Men — 
Retail Grocers' Association of Norfolk & Ports- 
mouth. 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rotary Club 

Tidewater AMiolesale Grocers* Association 

Trackers' Exchange 



12 

100 



60 

60 

125 

1,500 
185 
400 

152 

135 

4 

185 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 

Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A2 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 

Al 



Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
A2 



Al 
Al 
A2 

A2 

A4 
Al 



A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A2 

A2 
A4 

A4 
A4 



$12-42 
25 
5 
2 
1 
5 



12-180 



10 



6 
5 

12-250 

i 



$700 
17,850 



290 

40 

10,000 
2,000 
1,200 



1,500 



120 
375 

5,000 



25 



5 

2.50 



1 
12 



35 

25 

25-200 



5,075 



900 



1,200 



1,020 



15,000 
4,000 



2 

25-250 



7 
25 

25 

25 

15-50 

12 

25-400 
25 



10 



30 

7,000 



350 
1,500 
4,000 

37,500 
5,000 
4,000 



8,000 
4,000 



March. 
Do. 

July, 

October. 

May. 
Januarj''. 

June. 

April. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



October. 
January. 

May. 
April. 



February. 

May. 

January. 



Do. 

Febniary. 
Do. 



September. 
January. 



May. 

June. 

July. 

December. 

June. 

January. 



November. 
May. 

Sopteml>er. 
750,000 1 January. 



If 

(I 



116 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL— Continued. 
VIRGINIA— Continued. 



City and organization. 



^orton (pop. 1,866): Business Men's Club , 

Petersburg (pop. 25,817): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association , 

Young Business Men's Club 

Portsmouth (pop. 40,093): 

Central Improvement League 

Rotary Club '....'.'. 

Remington (pop. 251): Business Mens Association!. 
Richmond (pop. 160,719): 

Advertisers' Club 

Architects' Association 

Association of Credit Men 

Business Men's Club 

Chamber of Commerce ' 

Civic Association 

Grain Exchange !!!!!!!!!!!! 

ICiwanis Club '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'., 

Real Estate Exchange !!!!!!.!..! 

Retail Furniture Dealers' Association 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Shoe Wholesalers' Association 

Stock Exchange [ 

Tobacco Trade 

Roanoke (pop. 46,282): 

Association of Commerce 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Salem (pop. 3,849): 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Roanoke County Chaml)er of Commerce . 
South Boston (pop. 3,516): 

Commercial Association 

Tobacco Board of Trade 

Staunton (pop. ii,823): 
. Retail Merchants' Association of Staunton & 
Augusta County. 

Staunton & Augusta County Chamber of Com- 
merce. 

Suffolk (pop. 7,008): Chamber of Commerce 

Waynesboro (pop. 1,389): Blue Ridge League of 

Virginia. 
"West I'oint (pop. 1,397): York River Chamber of 

Commerce. 
Williamsburg (pop. 2,714): Chamber of Commerce. . . 
Winchester (pop. 5,8(V4): Chamber of Commerce of 

Winchester & I'redcrick County. 
Wytheville (pop. 3,0^;: Chamber of Commerce 



Nimi- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



63 

400 

150 

2,000 

52 
45 
50 

101 



184 

494 

1,015 

3,500 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



125 
48 
30 
24 

200 

6 

14 

36 

1,016 
2U0 

30 
105 

100 
21 

85 

250 

300 
75 

60 

61 
208 

100 



Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 

A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 

Al 
A2 

A2 
Al 

Al 
A4 

A2 

Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



SIO 

25 

12-100 

1 

1-5 

20 

3 

10 



15 

10-30 

25-300 



12 

100 

5 

25 

25-1,000 

5 

50 

15 

25 
12-100 



Total. 



$630 

10,000 
4,800 



900 
1,100 



11,825 
30,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



30 



10 

25 
10 



12 
25 

12 



2,000 

4,800 

150 



15,000 



MO 

25,000 
4,500 



150 



700 

1,100 

2,500 

7,500 
1,000 



5,200 
1,100 



January. 

Do. 
February. 

October. 



ApriL 

October. 

May. 

June. 

February. 

June. 
December. 
January. 
Do. 

Do. 

April. 
September. 

April. 
February. 



Do. 

April. 
May. 

February. 

Do. 

December. 
January. 

June. 

August. 
May. 






; ^^' 



/ 



April 



WASHINGTON. 



Aberdeen (pop. 21,392): 

Chamber of Commerce 

G rays Harbor Credit Association 

Anacortes (pop. 4,168): Chamber of Commerce 

Arlinston (pop. 1.476): Commercial Club 

Auburn (pop. 957): Commercial Club 

Bellingham (pop. 34,362): 

Advertising Chib 

Chamber of Commerce 

Rotary Club 

Whatcom County Groceis & Merchants' Asso- 
ciation. 

Bremerton (pop. 2,993): Chamber of Commerce 

Camas (pop. 1,125): Commercial Club 

Centralia (pop. 7,311): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Lewis County Retail Merchants' Credit Asso- 
ciation. 

Charleston (pop. 1 ,062): Commercial Club 

Chehalis (pop. 4,507): 

Citizens' Chab 

Lewis County Canning Association 

Chewelah (pop. 823): Chamber of Commerce 

Colfax (pop. 2,783): 

Commercial Club , 

Merchants' Association , 



1 

300 
50 
50 
30 
40 

71 

420 

95 

42 

250 
75 

320 

SO 

200 

650 

75 

117 
24 


Al 
A2 

1 Al 

I Al 

Al 

A4 

Al 
A4 
A2 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 

Al 

Al 
A4 


S12 
1.60-3 


$5,000 
1,200 




3C« 
240 

213 

9,000 
1,425 
1,600 

4,500 
450 

3,200 


6 

3 

5-20 

15 

1-3 

1^24 
6 

10 
12-36 




5 


6,000 




500 
3,056 


Al 
A2 


6 



January. 

Do. 
March. 
January. 



May. 
March. 
June. 
December. 

June. 

January. 

September. 
March. 
January. 
February. 






COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL— Continued. 
WA SHIN G TON— Continued. 



117 



City and organization. 



Colville (pop. 1 ,533): Chamber of Commerce 

Davenport (pop. 1,229): Commercial Club 

Dayton (pop. 2,389): Commercial Club 

Edmonds (pop. 1,114): ChamV>er of Commerce. . 

Ellensburg (pop. 4,209):€hamber of Commerce 

Elma (pop. 1,532): Community Association. 

Ephrata (pop. 32;^): Commercial Club.. . . 

Everett (pop. 37,205): 

Commercial Club 

Merchants' Association .[ 

Riverside Commercial Club 

Femdale (pop. 691 ): Commercial Club. . . 
Garfield (pop. 932): Commercial Club. . 

Han ford : Commercial Club 

Harrington (pop. 661 ): Commercial Club. '.'.'.'.". 

HiUvard (pop. 3,276): " "" 

Chamber of Commerce 

Credit Association 

Hoquiam (pop. 12,230): Commercial Club 

Kal.'.ma (pop, 816): Commercial Club ... 
La Conner (pop. 60.'}): Commercial Club . . 
Monroe (i>op. 1,5.52): Commercial Club- 
Mount Vernon ( jx>p. 2,381): 

Commercial Club 

SkMit Valley M erchants' Association. '.'.'. 

Odessa (pop. 885): Commercial Club 

Okanogan (pop. 611): Commercial Club '.'."' 

Olympia (pop. 6,996): 

ChamlxjT of Commerce 

C r edi t Association 

Pasco (pop. 2,083): 

Chamber of Cfommerce 

Franklin- Benton County Business Men's Asso^ 
elation. 

Pateros: Commercial Club 

Pe Ell (pop. 838): Commercial Club ." 

Pomeroy (nop. 1,635): Commercial Club 

Port Angeles (pop. 2,286): Commercial Club 

Port Townsend (pop. 4,181): Commercial Club.... 
Prosser(pop. 1,298): Community Club... 
Pullman ( pop. 2,(X)2): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Wliitman County Automobile Dealers'Associa- 
tion. 
Puyalhip (pop. 4,544): 

Commercial Club 

Merchants' Association 

Qulncy (pop. 264): Quincy Valley DeveVopment 

League. 
Raymond (pop. 2,450): 

Commercial Club 

Merchants' Association '.'. 

R enlon (pop. 2,740): Commercial ciiib.'. '. 

Ritzville (pop. 1,859): Commercial Club 

Associated Engineers Societies 

Automobile Dealers' Association 

Ballard Booster Club 

Jiallard Retail Grocers' Association. ... [[[[[]"]' 

Building Material Dealers' Association 

Chamber of Commerce &. Commercial Club 
Seattle (pop. 366,445); 

China Club 

Electrical Contractors' Association. . ............. 

Industrial Association of 8outh End 

Japanese Commercial Club .' . 

Master Builders' Association 

Manufacturers' Association 

Merchants' Association !!!!!!! 

Merchants' Exchange 

Municipal I>capue 

Produce Association '.'.'.'.'.'. 

Real Estate Association 

Retail Cigar Dealers' Association 

Retail Grocers' Association ] . * 

Retail Hardware Dealers' Club 

Rotary Club '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Fales Alanagcrs' Association 

Transportation Club 



Num- Pri- 

berof j mary 

mem- ,' pur- 

bers. pose. 



80 
60 

130 
50 

148 
40 
50 

1,100 
70 
120 
50 
26 
65 
75 

50 
30 

809 



45 



130 
70 
60 

100 

450 
39 

96 
25 

50 

70 

91 

160 

135 

160 

197 
6 



150 

29 

110 



100 

32 

150 

100 

500 

40 

25 

24 

18 

4,000 



18 

50 
200 

60 
195 
115 
175 
500 

14 
125 
200 
100 

24 
300 
125 
400 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A2 

Al 
A2 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 



Al 

A2 
Al 



Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 

A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A3 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 



-Annual income. 



Rate. 



$10 
1 

12 
5 



12 



Total. 



$2,500 



1 

3 I 
3 I 
5 



2,100 

'i,'666 
'"m 

1,100 
1,500 



1-5 

12 

5 



6 
1 

5-12 



2 
6 

10 
5 

6-15 
12-30 

6 

3 

1-4 

5-20 
5 
5 

12 



10-100 
2 
3 
5 



50 
12 
12 
60-lSO 
25 



30 
12 
72 



3 

120-480 

5-15 

2 

12-36 

L50-4 

20 



18 



75 
525 



360 



1,560 

"iso 



6,000 
2,500 

1,800 
720 

300 



682 
3,000 

475 
2,000 

3,000 



1,000 
174 



2,000 



500 
1,700 

556 
2,000 

300 



2,100 
170,112 

4,7.50 
1,800 



3,300 



12,000 
17,660 



1,500 



2,400 
400 

2,000 
750 

7,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



December. 

Do. 
January. 

February. 

May. 

December. 
Do. 

Do. 

February. 

December. 

April. 



Do. 

January. 

Do. 
July. 



October. 

Do. 
May. 
January. 

March. 



May. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 
September. 
November. 

March. 



Do. 

Do. 

January. 



Do. 
March. 
December. 
January. 
December. 
July. 

Do. 

January. 
February. 

October. 
September. 
November. 
January. 

April. 
May. 
July. 
May. 

Do. 
October. 
February. 
December. 

Do. 
November. 



20,000 I October. 



118 



COMMEKCIAL OKGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



OOMMEKCIAL OHGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 



119 



LOCAL — Continued. 
WASHING TON— Continued. 



City and organbation. 



Sedro-Wolley (pop. 2.129): Commercial Club. 
South Bend (pop. 3,02;j): Commercial Club .. 
Kmith Tanoma: Booster Club , 



South Tacoma: Booster Club. 
Spokane (pop. 157,656): 

Advertismg Club 

Automobile Chamber of Commerce 

Chamber of Commerce 

Employers' Association of the Inland Empire... 

Grocers & Butchers' Association 

Inland Automobile Association 

Merchants' Association 

United Metal Trades' Association 

Sprague (pop. 1,110): Commercial Club 

Stanwood(pop. 644): Neighborhood Club 

Sultan (pop. 576): Commercial Club 

Sunnysiae(pop. 1,379): Commercial Club 

Tacoma (pop. 117,446): 

Association of Credit Men 

Commercial Club & Chamber of Commerce 

Grain Dealers' Association 

Produce Merchants' Association 

Real Estate Association 

Rotary Club 

Tonaskct : Commercial Club 

Toppenish (pop. 1,598): Commercial Club 

Touchet: Toucnct-Gardcna Commercial Club 

Vancouver (pop. 13,805): Commercial Club 

■VVaitsburg(pop. 1,237): Commercial Club 

Walla Walla (pop. 26,067): 

Commercial Club 

Merchants' Association 

Wapato(pop. 400): Commercial Club 

Wave rly (pop. 318): Commercial Club 

Wenatchee (pop. 4,050): 

Commercial Club : • 

Wenatchee Valley Traffic Association 

Wilbur (pop. 757): Commercial Club 

Wilson Creek (pop. 405): 

Commercial Club 

Community League 

Woodland (pop. 384): Progressive Club 

Yaldma (pop. 22,058): 

Commercial Chib 

Yakima Valley Business Men's Association 

Yakima Valley Traffic & Credit Association 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



60 
90 
62 

250 
80 

2,200 

500 

60 

250 

111 



100 

100 

46 

152 

103 

2,800 

7 

6 

50 

229 

87 

150 



250 
156 

320 

"66 



450 
20 
20 

20 
26 

86 

1,060 

300 

30 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
A4 

Al 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A4 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



S12 
12 

8 

6-12 

24-eo 

25 

1-40 

1 

12 



2 

12 

1 

l-« 

1-^ 
25 
60 

100 



28 

6 

5-10 



10 

10 

12 

6 



12 



10 

1 

2 
12 

10-20 

1 

120-360 



Total. 



$730 

1,800 

500 

3,000 

3,000 

50,312 

12,000 



3,000 



2,500 
"65,666 



7,500 

600 

1,500 



2,. 500 
900 

6,000 

"356 



7,500 



20 

52 

700 

18,000 
4,500 
C,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



December. 

January. 

February. 

June. 

October. 

January. 

December. 

October. 

December. 
April. 

Do. 
Da 
May. 

Do. 
June. 
November. 

Do. 
June. 
May. 
December. 

Da 
Da 

April. 

Do. 
FclKiiary. 

January. 

June. 

April. 

May. 
Do. 

January. 

Da 
Do. 

July. 



^ V 



/• 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



Bccklcy (pop. 2,161): Chamber of Commerce... 
Blucficld (pop. 16,123V Chamber of Commerce. 

Buckhannon (pop. 2,22.5): Board of Trade 

Charleston (pop. 13.060): 

Association of Credit Men 



Chamber of Commerce 

West Side Business Men's Association 

Clarksburg (pop. 12,960): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Rotary Club 

Elkins(pop. 5,260): Rotarj-Club 

Fairmont (pop. 16,111): 

Business Men's Association 

Chamber of C<Mnmerce 

Rotary Club 

Gassaway ( pop. 1,080): Board of Trade 

Grafton (pop. 7,563): 

Business Men's Association 

Merchants' Association 

Huntington (pop. 47,686): 

Association of Credit Men 

Business Men's Association 

Chamber of Commerce 

Jobbers & Manufacturers' Bureau 

Logan (pop. 1,640): 

C hamber of Ccanmerce 

Coal Operators' Association 

Maonington (pop. 2,672): Business Men's AssociiUion. 



200 

450 

25 

145 

400 

40 

650 

130 

70 

150 

165 

97 

40 

80 
24 

170 
200 
750 

62 



118 
25 



Al 
Al 
Al 

A4 
Al 

Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 

A2 
Al 
A4 
Al 

Al 
A2 

A4 

A2 
Al 

A4 

Al 
A4 
A2 



S15 
25 



10 
20 



25 

15 

5 

15-60 

10 

10 

5 

8 
12 

10 

12-36 

10 



S3,000 
11,250 



1,470 
11,000 



16,000 
3,000 



2,500 



1,U00 
200 

600 
350 

1,700 
3,600 
5,500 
8,314 



December. 

Do. 
January. 

February. 
October. 



February. 

Da 

March. 
May. 
June. 
March. 

April. 
January. 

June. 

March. 

February. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



my-' A 



LOCAL — Continued . 
WEST VIRGINIA— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Marlinsburg (pop. 12,984): Business Men's Associa- 
* tion. 

Morgantown (pop. 14,444): 

Board of Trade 

Business Men's Association 

/ Moimdsvillo (pop. 11,513): Board of Trade 

New Martinsville (pop. 2,170): Chamber of Commerce. 

Parkersburg (pop. 21,059): Board of Commerce 

Princeton (pop. 3,027): Chamber of Commerce 

8t. Albans (pop. 1,209): Board of Trade 

Salem (pop. 2,1C9): Business Men's Association 

Sistersville(pop. 2,C84): Chamber of Commerce 

Spencer (pop. 1,224): Board of Trade 

Weirton: Busineiss Men's As.soriation 

Wellsburg (pop. 4,189): Chamber of Commerce 

Weston (pop. 2,213): 

Business Men's Association of Lewis Coimty 

Rotary Club 

Wheeiinc (pop. 43,657): 

Building Constnicllon Emplo5"ers' Association... 

Chamber of Commeroe 

Williamson (pop. 3,561): Coal City Club 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



148 



25 
100 



100 
550 
450 
150 
25 



50 

60 

125 

125 

58 



Prl- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



984 
23 



Al 



Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
A4 

A4 
Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$G-12 



25 

12 

6 

6 

12-25 

12 

2 

1-5 



1 

12 
10 

6 
10 



25 
60 



Total. 



S600 



500 
1,200 



12,970 

6,000 

3,000 

100 



60 



123 
580 



24,600 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



June. 



January. 

Do. 
Do. 

March. 
April. 
October. 
January 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Do. 



October. 
September. 



WISCONSIN. 



Antlgo (pop. 7,196): Association of Commerce 

Appleton (pop. 18,005): 

Dairy Board of Trade 

Retail Grocers' Association 

Rotary Club 

Ashland (pop. 11,594): Commercial Club 

Barron (pop. 1,419): Business Men's Association 

Bayfield: Men's Club 

Beaver Dam (pop. 6,758): Merchants & Manufac- 
turers' Association. 

BeloIt(pop. 18,647): Chamber of Commerce 

Berlin (pop. 4,636): Advancement A.ssociation 

Blanchardvillo (pop. C43): Booster Club 

Burlington (pop. 3,212): 

Advancement Association 

Business Men's Commercial Club 

Chamber of Commerce 

Chilton (pop. 1,830): Advancement Association 

Chippewa Kails (pop. 9,476): 

Commercial Association 

Merchants' Protective Associatian 

Clintonvillo (pop. 1,747): Advancement Association.. 
Columbus (pop. 2,523): Advancement Association. . . 

Cornell: Commercial Club 

Darlington (pop. 1,808): Commercial Club 

DePere (pop. 4^477): 

Civic AssociatiOTi 

Commercial Association 

Dodf;eville(pop^ 2,450U Commercial Club 

Commercial Club 

.887): 

Association 

Industrial Emergenc v Associat ion 

EdcertoD (pop. 2,513): Chaml>er of Commerce 

Elkhom (pop. 1,707): 

Booster Club 

Walworth County Development Association 

Evansville (pop. 2,061): Commercial Club 

Fond du Lac (pop. 21,480): As.sociatlon of Commerce. 
Fort Atkinson (pop. 3,877): Business Men's Associa- 
tion. 

Fox Lake (pop. 851): Commercial Club 

Galesville (pop. 973): Commercial Club 

Grand Rapids (pop. 6,251): Merchants & Manufac- 
turers' Association. 
Green Bay (pop. 30,017): 

Aaaociation of Commerce 

Merchants' Association 

Real Estate Board 

Wholesale Credit Men's Associati<m 

HoriC(m (pop. 1,681): Advancement Association 




90 

10 
25 

eo 
220 
100 

80 
80 

550 

fO 

SO 

75 

1.50 

60 

200 
18 
95 
80 
CO 
€0 

83 

36 
75 
75 

600 

39 

265 

60 

3,000 

70 

250 

40 

45 
CO 
70 



600 
180 

14 
124 

90 



Al 

A4 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A3 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 



Al 
A2 
A4 
A4 
Al 



92 

2 

8 

5 

25 



1-6 
6-15 

25 


280 
1,000 

13,750 


12 






€00 







6 
5 

20 
3 
1 



2-5 
12 

1 
3 
6 
6 

12 

"ib 

10 



10 
26 
16 

1 

2 



25 

0-24 

6 

13-50 

2 



$1,600 
IS 



COO 
5,500 



6,000 
""'95" 



300 
720 

83 
450 
800 
450 

5,600 

*3,"975' 



700 



15,000 

2,300 

140 

2,454 

3,000 



Jiuic. 

April. 

June. 
Febnzary. 

Do. 
January. 

October. 
January. 

February. 

Do. 

January. 

October. 
January. 
November. 

April. 
February. 

April. 
November. 
Do. 

March. 

January. 

October. 
Do. 

January. 

March. 

January. 

Do. 
September. 



October. 

July. 

January. 

Do. 
June. 



h, 



J, II 



120 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL—Continued. 
WISCONSIN— Continued. 



City and organization. 



Hudson (pop. 2,810): Board of Trade 

Janesville(pop. 14,411): Chamber of Commerce 

Jefferson (pop. 2,582;: Civic Improvement Associa- 
tion. 
Kenosha (pop. 32.833): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Manufacturers' Association , 

Retailers' A ssociation 

La Crosse (pop. 31,833): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Industrial Association , 

Retail G ro?ers' Association 

I.adysmith (pop. 2,352): Chamber of Commerce 

Lake Geneva (pop. 3,079): Commercial Club 

Madison (pop. 31,315): Association of Commerce 

Manitowoc (pop. 13,931): Association of Commerce... 

Marmette(p<)p. 14,^)10): Chamber of Commerce 

Marshfield (pop. 5,783): Chamber of Commerce 

Mauston (pop. 1,701): Commercial Chib 

Mayville (pop. 2.282): Business Men's Association.... 
Mediord (pop. 1,84«): 

Advancement Association 

Taylor County Mechanical & Agricultural Asso- 
ciation. 
Menasha (pop. 6,081): 

Chamfer of Commerce 

Menasha Association 

Menominee (pop. 5,03«): Commercial Club 

Merrill ( pop. 8,798) : Business Men's Association 

Milwaukee (pop. 445,008): 

Associat ion of Commerce 

Association of Credit Men 

Automobile Dealers 

Bay View Advancement Association 

Bicycle & Motorcycle Dealers' Association 

Chamt)er of Commerce 

CitvClub '.....][[[[[] 

Citizens' Bureau of Municipal Efficiency. '.'. 

Engineers' Society 

Fond du Lac Avenue Merchants' Association.'.! 

Hotel Association 

Metal Trades & Founders' Association.. 

Milk Producers' Association 

Pharmaceutical Association 

Real Estate Uoard 

Retail Furniture Dealers' Association..*. 

Retail Grocers ' Association 

Retail Shoe Dealers 'Association 

Shoe Credit Men 

Mineral Point (pop. 2,925): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Commercial Club ] 

Neenah (pop. 5, 734): 

Business Men's Associatic 

Civic Association 

Industrial Association [ 

New Richmond (pop. 1,988): 

BusinessCredit Association 

Commercial Club 

Oconto (pop. 5,629): Chamber of Commerce . 
Oconto lalls (pop. 1,427): Commercial Club. 
Onalaska (pop. 1,14€): Improvement League 
Oshkosh (pop. 36,549): 

Associati(m of Commerce 

B iisiness Club 

Community Club ' 



Employers 'Association. . 



Retail Grocers' Association... !,'!!!! !!!!!!!!!!' 
Palmyra (pop. 649): Jefferson Coimty Drug Associa- 
tion. 

Park Falls (pop. 1 ,972): Commercial Club 

Phillips (pop. 1,948): 

Advancement Club 

Conimercia 1 Club ' . . * 

Port Washington (pop. 3,792): Merchants & Manii-" 
facturers' Association. 

Prairie du Chien (pop. 3.149): Citv Club 

Princeton (pop. 1,209): Commercial Club 



Nimi- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



125 
700 
100 



906 

13 

100 

825 



42 
100 

80 
600 
245 
148 
204 

95 

32 

110 
102 



75 
100 
140 
100 

3,000 

582 

50 

453 

19 

529 

1,784 

9 

800 

45 

20 

48 

1,240 

202 

260 

22 

230 

53 



33 
175 

40 
100 



11 
57 
100 
39 
35 

608 
15 
65 
25 
55 
15 

120 

44 
79 
92 

100 
100 



Pri- 
mary 
pur- 
pose. 



Al 
Al 
Al 



Al 

A3 
A2 

Al 
Al 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
Al 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A4 
A4 
A2 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A2 
A4 

A2 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A2 
A2 

Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



t3 

25 

1 



12 



5 
25 





6 

1 

12-24 

25 

10 

25 

5 

12 



10 

2.50 

20 

24 

25 

15 

250 

2 



70 
15 
60 
6 
1 
10 



10 
3 

10 
6 
6 
5 



5 
10 

« 
2 



2-8 

4 

12 

1 

12 
1 
2 
1 

6 



20 
5 

10 



Total. 



$17,500 
100 



12,000 
'*6,'666 

20,625 
""378 



14,000 

6,000 

1,500 

505 

570 

384 



2,500 



3,000 
1,200 

75,000 



5,000 
'i49,*i96' 



17,000 

1,500 

90 

2,500 

11,000 

14,000 



3,814 
110 

1,380 
265 



2,000 
240 



550 
1,500 



35 
7,296 



2,400 
350 



1,500 



1,000 
460 

1,000 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



February. 
June. 



October. 

March. 

October. 

July. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 

June. 

September. 
February. 
Do. 



October. 
January. 



September. 
Fenniary. 
October. 
May. 

February. 
May. 

FeV)ruary. 
November. 

April. 
May. 
January. 
June. 

Do. 
January. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
April. 

Do. 

September. 



July. 
January. 



April. 
October. 



February. 
January'. 

Do. 
May. 

January. 

March. 

February. 

January. 

December. 

August. 

December. 

January. 

December. 

January. 

Do. 
Do. 



i* 

-r 






i^ 



1^ 



COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF UNITED STATES. 

LOCAL — Continued. 
WISCONSIN— Continued. 



121 



City and organization. 



Racine (pop. 47,465): 

CommcrcialClub 

Manufai turcrs ' Association 

Retail Merchants' Association 

Rhinclander (pop. 5,637): Advanc-ement Association. 

RiiC Lake (pop. 3,9fi8): Commercial Club 

Richland Center (pop. 2,652): Richland Commercial 
Club. 

Ripon (pop. 3,739): Commercial Club 

River Falls (pop. 1,991): CommcrcialClub 

Sheboygan (pop. 28,907): 

Association of Commerce 

Business Men's Association 

Manufacturers ' Association 

North Side Improvement Association 

South & West Side Advancement Association . . . 

Sparta (pop. 3,973): Monroe Credit Association 

Spooner(pop. 1,453): Boosters' Club 

Stanley (pop. 2,675): 

Business Men's Association 

Progressive Lcapue 

Stevens Point (pop. 8,692): 

Retailers ' Association 

Rotary Club 

Stoughton (pop. 4,761): Credit & Commercial Asso- 
ciation. 

Sturgeon Bay (pop. 4,262): Commercial Club 

Superior (pop. 47,107): 

ChamlxT of Commerce 

Commercial Club 

East End Chamber of Commerce 

Progressive Association 

Real Estate Board. 

Retail Grocers' Protective Association 

Retail Men^hants ' Association , 

Rotary Club 

South Superior Commercial Club 

Tomahawk (pop. 2,907): Civic & Commercial Club. . 

Two Rivers (pop. 4,850): Chamber of Commerce 

Viroqua (pop. 2,059): Merchants' Association , 

Watcitown (pep. 9.114): 

Advancement Association 

Business Men's Association., 

Manufacturers 'Club 

Waukesha (pop. 9,704): Association of Commerce — 
Waupaca (pop. 2,789): 

Civic & Commerce Association 

Advancement Association 

Wausau (pop. I9,666n Commercial Chib 

West Bend (pop. 2,4«2): Commercial Club 

Whitewater (pop. 3,224): Business Men's Credit 
Association. 



Num- 
ber of 
mem- 
bers. 



24 
255 
170 
150 

30 

125 
80 

398 
175 

21 
330 

60 
140 

59 

30 
30 

75 
43 



100 

25 

350 

50 

62 

35 

40 

25 

70 

120 

100 

250 

20 



Pri- 
mary 

pur- 
pose. 



82 
'326 



50 

40 

100 

75 



Al 
A3 
A2 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
A3 
Al 
Al 
A4 
Al 

A2 
Al 

A2 
A4 
A2 

Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 
A2 
A2 
A4 
•Al 
Al 
Al 
A2 

Al 
A2 
A3 

Al 

Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 
A4 



Annual income. 



Rate. 



$5-15 



15 
10 
10 



30 
2 



5 
10 



1 

12 
1 
3 

10 



6 
10 
6 
1 
12.50 
5 



15 
'25 



Total. 



Date of an- 
nual meeting. 



$13,500 



4,500 
4,000 
1,500 



500 



11,000 
350 



150 



1,200 
600 



150 



12,000 
50 



350 
1,000 



700 
720 



3,125 
60 



1,230 
'8,"666 



250 



November. 

February. 

January. 

March. 

December. 



January. 
March. 

December. 

June. 

December. 

Do. 
August. 

Do. 

February. 
June. 

March. 
June. 



January. 



December. 

June. 
October. 

April. 

Do. 
January. 

November. 



Do, 
October. 

January. 



February. 

January. 

April. 



k 



WYOMING. 



Basin (pop. 763): Chamber of Commerce 

Buffalo (pop. 1 MS): Commercial Club 

Casper (pop. 2,639): Chamber of Commerce 

Cheyenne (pop. 11,320): Industrial Club 

Codv (pop. 1,132): 

tc)dyChib 

Community Chib 

Merchants '^Credit Association 

Douglas (pop. 2,246): Ad Club 

Kemmerer (pop. 846): Chamber of Commerce , 

Lander (pop. 1 ,812): Commercial Club 

Ranchester: Boosters'Club , 

Sheridan (pop. 13,407): 

Business Men's Club 

Commercial Club 

Shoshoni (pop. 604): Commercial Club 

Thermopolis (pop. 1,524): 

Chamber of Commerce 

Retail ^ferchants' Association of Big Horn Basin . 
Upton (pop. 244): Commercial Club 




143 

50 

100 



40 

329 

55 

200 

78 
100 



Al 
Al 
Al 
Al 

Al 
Al 
A2 
A4 
Al 
Al 
Al 

A2 
Al 
Al 

Al 
A2 
Al 



$12-60 
12 
10-50 



10 
5-10 



10 
6 



12-120 

12 

5 

12-400 

10 

1 



$2,400 
2,400 
2,500 



1,500 
300 



480 
17,000 



10,000 
780 
300 



March. 
January. 
Do, 

December. 

January. 

Do. 
April. 
September. 



March. 

May. 
January. 

February. 
March, 



! 



o 




b 267 



Un 36 



L c, -ftnr of for. & ^0^- commerce 
'"coiSrcial and industrial organi- 
nations of the U. S. 



2-19^ 



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